- image, likeness, or counterpart of a person, etc.
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dead spit — noun (informal) An exact likeness • • • Main Entry: ↑dead … Useful english dictionary
dead spit — Australian Slang image, likeness, or counterpart of a person, etc … English dialects glossary
dead spit of, the — Exactly like … A concise dictionary of English slang
be the spit (or the dead spit) of — informal look exactly like. [see spitting image.] → spit … English new terms dictionary
be the dead spit of someone — be the dead spit of (someone) British to look very much like someone else. He s the dead spit of this bloke I used to know … New idioms dictionary
be the dead spit of — (someone) British to look very much like someone else. He s the dead spit of this bloke I used to know … New idioms dictionary
spit — spit1 [spıt] v past tense and past participle spat [spæt] or spit AmE present participle spitting ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(liquid from your mouth)¦ 2¦(food/drink etc)¦ 3¦(rain)¦ 4¦(say something)¦ 5 spit it out 6¦(small pieces)¦ … Dictionary of contemporary English
spit — 1 past tense and past participle spat also spit AmE present participle spitting verb 1 LIQUID FROM YOUR MOUTH (I) to blow a small amount of saliva (=the liquid in your mouth) out of your mouth (+ at/on): Mom, Judy spit at me! | Kevin cleared his… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
spit — spit1 [ spıt ] (past tense and past participle spit or spat [ spæt ] ) verb * 1. ) intransitive to force some of the clear liquid called saliva out from your mouth: Dino leaned over and spat on the ground. The woman spat and shouted insults as… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
spit — I. /spɪt / (say spit) verb (spat or spit, spitting) –verb (i) 1. to eject saliva from the mouth; expectorate. 2. to do this at or on a person, etc., to express hatred, contempt, etc. 3. to sputter. 4. to fall in scattered drops or flakes, as rain … Australian English dictionary