- na bout of vomiting. The term probably originated in Australia. It is now heard in Britain (where it was part of the vocabulary of the influential late 1960s cartoon character Barry McKenzie, theAustralian boor and ingenu) and, espe-cially on campus, in the USA.
Contemporary slang . 2014.
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