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slang To become very emotional or nervous. I nearly barfed out when I heard that I had to perform first in the school talent show. Mom will barf out if you come home after curfew again.
To expel something by vomiting. Oh great, the cat just barfed up a hairball.
Sl. to become deranged, to a greater or lesser degree. Terry barfed out when he heard about the damage Nick had done to his car. Yuck! I thought I was going to barf out.
barf someone out
Sl. to disgust someone. (Fixed order.) You just barf me out! I barf myself out every time I look in the mirror.
To eject some contents of the stomach by vomiting: He barfed up his dinner because the food was spoiled. She was so sick she was even barfing soup up.
1. in. to empty one’s stomach; to vomit. I think I’m going to barf!
2. n. vomit. Is that barf on your shoe?
3. in. [for a computer] to fail to function. My little computer barfs about once a day. Something is wrong.
4. and barfola (bɑrfˈolə) interj. dammit; Good grief! (Often Barfola!) Barfola! You’re out of your mind! When he said “Barf!” I felt wow, so vintage!
n. a bag available on an airplane for persons who are nauseated. I hope I never even have to see anyone use a barf bag.
n. someone or something disgusting or undesirable. (Barf = vomit.) The guy is so gross! Just plain Barf City!
exclam. This is awful! (California.) Barf out! Get a life!
See also: barf
in. to become very upset; to freak out; to psych out. I nearly barfed out when I heard he was coming.
barf someone out
tv. to totally disgust someone. God! That kind of music just barfs me out! Who can stand all that slow stuff?
n. an unpleasant person or thing. That guy is a real barf-out.