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spew one's guts (out)

 
1. Sl. to empty one's stomach; to vomit. Fred is spewing his guts out because of that lousy fish you served. He's spewing his guts because he has the flu.
2. Sl. to tell everything that one knows; to confess everything. (Underworld.) Lefty was sitting there in the police station spewing his guts out about the bank job. If he really is spewing his guts, the mob will cancel his Christmas.
See also: gut, spew

spew something out

to have something gush forth. The faucet spewed a little yellowish water out and stopped altogether. The faucet spewed out some yellowish water.
See also: out, spew

spew something up

to gush something upward. The geyser spewed hot water and steam up every hour on the hour. The fountain spewed up a thin stream of cool, clear water.
See also: spew, up

spew up

v.
1. To eject some contents of the stomach by vomiting: She spewed up the spoiled chicken. The sick child spewed his lunch up.
2. To vomit: I spewed up in the car after the turbulent plane ride.
See also: spew, up

spew

in. to empty one’s stomach; to vomit. After dinner, I suddenly had the urge to spew.

spew one’s guts (out)

1. tv. to empty one’s stomach; to vomit. Fred is spewing his guts out because of that lousy fish you served.
2. tv. to tell everything that one knows; to confess everything. (Underworld.) Lefty was sitting there in the cop-shop spewing his guts out about the bank job.
See also: gut, out, spew

spew one’s guts

verb
See also: gut, spew
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Although scat and spew samples were collected during the same season each year, annual comparisons between sample types were not possible because of low sample size within years (Table 1).
George Island spew samples, 105 were graded as "good" or "fair.
A total of 2856 and 5030 Gb-Bm lower beaks were recovered and measured from 225 scat samples and 111 spew samples, respectively, collected at St.
These findings highlight the potential limitations of a single sample type, such as scats, and demonstrate that a combination of scat and spew samples can provide a more complete description of northern fur seal diet.
The different rates of retention of prey parts in northern fur seal stomachs would, therefore, bias scat samples toward small prey species or small bones of large prey species and spew samples toward large prey and cephalopods.
George Island scats, but the FO% was significantly lower in spew samples.
Significant differences in the size of Gb-Bm were observed between scat and spew samples, demonstrating size-related digestive biases between sample types.
We observed a greater percentage of adult walleye pollock in spew than in scat samples (Fig.
However, when spew samples were used to estimate age/size of fur seal prey, a high degree of overlap between age classes of pollock consumed by northern fur seals and pollock caught by the commercial fishery was observed (Fig.
Scat and spew samples were collected simultaneously from the same rookeries on the Pribilof Islands during the breeding season; therefore we do not believe our results were affected by sampling effort.
coli can force intestinal cells to spew chloride ions into the intestinal interior.
But Hartley 2 spews twice as much from one of its bulbous sides than from the other, Feaga says.
If one end of comet Hartley 2 spews out double the amount of dry ice than the other, it could mean that the two ends could have been formed in separate places in the early solar system, according to the scientists.
SPEWS II is an improved version of the radar warning and jamming system used on Turkish-manufactured F16s.
The jet, most intense on Earth, annually spews enough lava to build a road that could circle the planet twice.