Traducción de swig en Español:

swig

trago, n.

Pronunciación /swɪɡ//swɪɡ/

nombre

coloquial

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    trago masculino
    to take / have a swig of sth tomarse un trago de algo
    • in one swig de un trago
    • Soon the guard took his water canteen out of his belt, took a swig, and dropped to the floor, never to wake again.
    • I pulled the bottle out from under the cushion and took a swig of the liquor in it.
    • She regretted not taking a swig of orange juice with the banana, not remembering to drink that half glass of instant tea.
    • In other words, when the men get tired of the women spending long hours agonising over jewellery, they can just step next door for a swig.
    • At 250 calories a swig, it was the perfect drink for ski troopers in off the mountains.
    • She swallowed them with a swig of water, and asked if she could go to bed.
    • Marie pulled the cigarette out of her mouth and took a swig of her drink, until only half of it remained.
    • I pulled a beer out of the brown bag I was carrying and took a few swigs to settle my nerves.
    • I lay on the rooftop eating a sandwich hungrily and washing it down with a swig of whiskey.
    • He wipes the drool, takes a swig of beer and takes a quick run through the Internet to keep from falling asleep.
    • From the pocket of his khaki jacket, he picked a small liquor bottle and took a swig.
    • Taking a big swig from her emergency bottle of glucose drink, she kicked the door down, and entered the studio.
    • Wesley coughed and swallowed a long swig of his ale while Pearl tried to explain her complicated situation.
    • The sweetness gets too much after more than a couple of swigs, and after a while it starts to produce a build-up of gas which eventually squirts right up your nose.
    • I laughed, watching them take a bite of their muffins and then drinking a swig of pop at almost the same time.
    • His partner took a long swig, either ignoring his friend or too drunk to care.
    • They remain silent until their drinks arrive and they take a couple bracing swigs.
    • When Liz came back with a tray the old lady seized her cup and took a long swig of hot tea.
    • ‘Humans are mindless,’ Mya grunted, drinking half of the bottle in three swigs.
    • Leaning against the side of the wall, he took a swig of his drink.

verbo transitivo

coloquial

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    tomar
    beber
    she was swigging brandy from the bottle tomaba / bebía brandy de la botella
    • He laughed, before swigging the contents down.
    • At the end of a hard day, a rescue worker picked up a near-empty gin bottle and swigged the remainder.
    • When the friend arrives, he is handed the second Coke and starts swigging it with no clue where it had been.
    • Normally, she didn't drink rum straight, but popping the top, she swigged half the contents of the bottle in one go.
    • We swigged cheap champagne from a shared bottle and fought running snowball battles with the neighbourhood kids.
    • A chemist who swigged vodka at work was let off with a reprimand after she cleaned up her act.
    • I swear she swigged the stuff from a flask in her purse.
    • He rolled his eyes as he swallowed and swigged the dregs of his espresso.
    • Teenagers sit swigging beer at roadblocks, ready to kill anyone who doesn't have the right papers.
    • She had to be in control, even if it meant artificially reining in her wild emotions by swigging a few drinks.
    • I travelled in reading a report for the first of two meetings today, swigging copious amounts of fizzy mineral water and nursing a large hangover.
    • Band members had to photograph one another swigging the bright orange drink.
    • Sylvia, who'd bought a bottle of wine, carried the dog under one arm while she swigged vino with her other.
    • We all went to swim before lunch, rather necessary after swigging Martinis.
    • Dressed in regulation New York black, the opening crowd is much too busy swigging its wine and talking to its friends to listen or watch.
    • We sit swigging the wine with which we are liberally provided, then we disperse.
    • My brother Bruce and I were standing on the rear patio of my father's house, swigging beers as my dad was readying steaks for the grill.
    • The last we saw of him he was pictured swigging beer on a yacht in Marbella.
    • In this diary, the heroine is more likely to spend her days loading cartloads of hay and selling cattle rather than counting calories and swigging Chardonnay.
    • It's always best to drink bubbly from a glass rather than swigging it directly from the bottle.

verbo intransitivo

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    tomar
    beber