Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Swallow"

The meaning of "Swallow" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does swallow mean?
A: Swallow means two things (at least.)

As a verb, it is when you have some food or drink in your mouth, then it goes down your food pipe (esophagus) down into your stomach. The thing you do for that to happen is 'swallow'.

It is also the name of a small insectivorous bird (eats insects) that is common around the world.
Q: What does swallow mean?
A: Basically it means to drink.
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Q: What does swallow mean?
A: In the context of food: it means to put in one's mouth and let the food pass through your throat and into your esophagus.
Q: What does swallow mean?
A: @StephanieAm: tragar

Example sentences using "Swallow"

Q: Please show me example sentences with swallow.
A: Chew before you swallow!

The pill is too hard to swallow

It is a verb. You can use it for food or drink!
Q: Please show me example sentences with swallow (as varb).
A: @rumina35687258

To swallow something means to allow something to go down your throat.

1) Getting my baby brother to swallow his food is very difficult.

2) You should never swallow a pill without water.

3) A chipmunk’s cheeks looks so puffy when it doesn’t swallow its food.

I hope this helped!! 😊⭐️
Q: Please show me example sentences with swallow .
A: It’s a difficult pill to swallow.

I decided to swallow my pride.

She finished her water in one swallow.
Q: Please show me example sentences with swallow .
A: Eg1: He can swallow these sweet-candies easily !!!
Eg2: Those students unsay the promise with their teacher( Unsay has similar meaning with Swallow !!)

Synonyms of "Swallow" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between swallow and swallow down ?
A: When used as verbs, swallow means to cause (food, drink etc.) to pass from the mouth into the stomach, whereas swallow up means to completely enclose or envelop.

Swallow is also noun with the meaning: a deep chasm or abyss in the earth.

Q: What is the difference between swallow and deglutition ?
A: Swallow is the normal term, deglutition is the scientific or medical term. You wouldn’t use the latter in normal life.
Q: What is the difference between A) I swallowed it and B) I fell for it ?
A: There is no difference.
Q: What is the difference between swallow and barn swallow ?
A: We usually call them just swallows here. I think they are the same bird.

Translations of "Swallow"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? swallow
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Other questions about "Swallow"

Q: It appears swallows made a nest on the behind of the roof. does this sound natural?
A: × It appears swallows made a nest on the behind of the roof.
✓ It appears swallows made a nest on the back of the roof.

Q: Please show me how to pronounce swallow.
A: Swallow
Q: Please show me how to pronounce swallow.
A: Swallow
Q: About swallows: Does this sounds like natural English?
I would like you to correct it please.
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Swallows are migratory birds.
They travel between Japan and Asian countries / Australia.
They make nests and raise babies when they are staying in Japan.
If you come to Japan these seasons, you may see them here and there.
They are so cute!
Swallows stay in Japan in Spring and Summer. Fall and winter is too cold for them.
I am wondering if you see swallows the other countries. does this sound natural?
A: They make nests and raise babies when they are living in Japan.
If you come to Japan in certain seasons, you may see them around.

Swallows live in Japan in Spring and Summer. Fall and Winter are too cold for them.
I wonder if you can see swallows in other countries.
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