Definition of regurgitation in English:

regurgitation

noun

  • See regurgitate

    • ‘It's just a regurgitation of what they've already said.’
    • ‘The majority of talks actually attended were generally either surprisingly uneducated or straightforward regurgitations.’
    • ‘Most reports cannot hide the fact that they are mere regurgitations of numbers and figures, wholly lacking in analysis, original thought, or even an interesting writing style.’
    • ‘The media spectacle becomes a steady regurgitation of what's being fed from on high.’
    • ‘All other ‘evidence’ is a regurgitation of his words.’

Pronunciation

regurgitation

/rɪˌɡəːdʒɪˈteɪʃ(ə)n/