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    #1

    throw up.

    In Korea, many people say "overeat" instead of "throw up" when they vomit after heavy drinking. I don't know where "overeat" comes from, but does it happen to have such meaning of "throw up"?

    48)I think I'm going to throw up.

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    Re: throw up.

    It doesn't in English.

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