Translation of sip in Spanish:

sip

sorber, v.

Pronunciation /sɪp//sɪp/

transitive verb

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    (drink) sorber
    (drink) beber a sorbos
    (drink) tomar a sorbos
    • Even carrot juice tastes better when you sip it sitting on comfortable armchairs.
    • She was sitting in her silk housecoat, her legs crossed, sipping her coffee.
    • She wore big woolly parkas and sipped hot chocolate and coffee the whole way, but she couldn't stop shivering.
    • They sat down at a table, sipped their coffee slowly and stared outside into the foaming rain.
    • A few soldiers in the black uniforms of the Pakistani Frontier Corps sit on rickety chairs, sipping green tea.
    • Lying the sketchbook face down, Gabby picked up her coffee cup and sipped it daintily.
    • He sits in center court to sip his coffee and if he sees the mayor walk past, he can run over to get an autograph.
    • The father and son sat in the living room sipping tea after they had eaten their cake.
    • Late in the film there is a scene where Thomas and Jane sit in her kitchen sipping tea.
    • In the late afternoon we sat down for a break, sipping tea and munching on a piece of Victoria Sponge.
    • We ended the walk by visiting the Mocha House and fed Frank his lunch while sipping hot coffee and tea.
    • She lowered herself regally into one of the chairs and sat quietly sipping her tea while Marley waited for her bun.
    • Sitting in his car, Ross Granger sips his coffee, watching the steam fog up the window in front of him.
    • We would silently sip our tea or coffee and just stare out the window or read a book.
    • The man was sitting at the table sipping a glass of coffee and eating a pastry.
    • It is healthier to sip a cup of tea several times a day rather than down it all at once.
    • When she came into the kitchen, she found her dad sitting at the table, sipping a mug of coffee.
    • She sat there sipping her coffee and chatting as if she hadn't a care in the world.
    • Every morning I sit on my roof, sip coffee, feed the pigeons, and gaze at the Manhattan skyline.
    • It was nice to sit quietly in the company of loved ones, sip coffee, gaze off into the far horizon and think about this and that.

intransitive verb

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    to sip at sth beber / tomar algo a sorbos

noun

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    sorbo masculine
    in sips a sorbos
    • to have/take a sip of sth tomar un sorbo de algo
    • give me a sip dame un sorbito
    • She took a sip of her Champagne and looked down at the plate before her.
    • Ally took a sip of her mocha, now that it had a little time to cool off.
    • He took a sip of water from the water fountain and then he went to the back of the locker room where the freshmen lockers were placed.
    • She took a sip of her frappuccino, turned a page in her book, and went on reading.
    • I took a sip of my Coke because I needed to do something with myself.
    • I took a sip of water from the glass on the table in front of me and glanced at my watch.
    • I took a sip of my soda, staring at the plain white plastic lid, completely ignoring him.
    • I nodded and took a sip of my water, absent-mindedly sloshing the liquid around in my glass.
    • Julius took a sip of his cappuccino and took out a pack of cigarettes.
    • John took a sip of the liquid and his mind began to clear even faster.
    • Jack took a sip of the dark liquid, savouring its rich, burning taste.
    • Rose placed the carton back in its place and took a sip of the fresh liquid, satisfying her thirst.
    • The pope took a sip of wine, turned it on his tongue, and swallowed it thoughtfully.
    • She took a sip of the brownish liquid in her can, grimacing slightly, but not sputtering it out.
    • I took a sip of the warm liquid and suddenly gulped as a thought hit me.
    • Chon took a sip of the diet soda he had ordered and then leaned on the table.
    • Kit grinned and took a sip of water, then poured some on his blonde head.
    • He watched as she finished the last of her hot dog and took a sip of her Coke.
    • He took a sip of water and tossed a few tablets into his mouth before taking another swig from the bottle.
    • He took a sip of his whiskey and waited for the man's chortles to subside.