Every time I have burp or my body has an urge to slow down, I tell myself, there is no reason to slow down.
He comes to power like Fidel Castro and enters Time magazine with a burp gun.
Clinton is the original political rock star, and the media remain utterly captivated by his every burp, cough, and hiccup.
1932, noun and verb, American English, apparently imitative. The transitive sense of the verb is first recorded 1940. Related: Burped; burping. Burp gun attested from 1945.
Noisy expulsion of gas from the stomach through the mouth. v. burped, burp·ing, burps
To expel gas from the stomach through the mouth.
To cause a baby to expel gas from the stomach, as by patting the back after feeding.
A belch, esp a gentle one