spit

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Pronunciation[change]

Noun[change]

Singular
spit

Plural
spits

  1. (countable) A spit is a rod on which meat is grilled.
  2. (geography) (countable) A spit is a narrow, pointed peninsula that usually has sand on it.

Verb 1[change]

Plain form
spit

Third-person singular
spits

Past tense
spat

Past participle
spat

Present participle
spitting

Plain form
spit

Third-person singular
spits

Past tense
spit

Past participle
spit

Present participle
spitting

  1. (transitive & intransitive) If you spit something out of your mouth, you eject it from your mouth with force.

Verb 2[change]

Plain form
spit

Third-person singular
spits

Past tense
spitted

Past participle
spitted

Present participle
spitting

  1. If you spit something, you stick a spit through it.