Englischer Thesaurus
(Verb) 
Definition
to speak or behave in an overenthusiastic manner
Piping hot water gushed out of the tap.
Synonyme
flow
A stream flowed down into the valley.
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run
cisterns to catch rainwater as it ran off the walls
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rush
Water rushes out of huge tunnels.
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flood
Enquiries flooded in from all over the world.
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pour
Blood was pouring from his broken nose.
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jet
A cloud of white smoke jetted out from the trees.
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burst
Water burst through the dam and flooded their villages.
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stream
Tears streamed down their faces.
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cascade
A waterfall cascades down the cliff from the hills.
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issue
A tinny voice issued from a speaker.
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spurt
I saw flames spurt from the roof.
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spout
In a storm, water spouts out of the blowhole just like a whale.
(Verb) 
`Oh, you were just brilliant,' she gushed.
Synonyme
enthuse
She enthused about her holiday.
,
rave (informal)
She raved about the new foods she ate while she was there.
, , , , ,
effuse
,
chatter
Everyone was chattering away in different languages.
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babble
They all babbled simultaneously.
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jabber
I left them there jabbering away
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blather
He kept on blathering about police incompetence.
(Substantiv) 
Definition
a sudden large flow of liquid
I heard a gush of water.
Synonyme
stream
a continuous stream of lava
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flow
watching the quiet flow of the olive-green water
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rush
A rush of affection swept over him.
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flood
Each year brings a flood of new university graduates.
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jet
benches equipped with water jets to massage your back and feet
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burst
short bursts of activity
, ,
outburst
an outburst of anger
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cascade
She stood still for a moment under the cascade of water.
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torrent
A torrent of water rushed into the reservoir.
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spurt
A spurt of diesel came from one valve and none from the other.
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spout
Experts later blew it up, sending a spout of water soaring 30 feet into the sky.
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outflow
an outflow of fresh water from a river
(Substantiv) 
Definition
a sudden surge of strong feeling
a lot of excruciating gush about how much they love each other
Synonyme
,
effusion
an effusion of blood
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chatter
She kept up a steady stream of chatter the whole time.
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babble
He couldn't make himself heard above the babble.
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blather
Anyone knows that this is all blather.

Zusätzliche Synonyme

in the sense of babble
Definition
to talk in a quick, foolish, or muddled way
They all babbled simultaneously.
Synonyme
waffle (informal, British),
splutter,
gaggle,
burble,
rabbit on (British, informal),
earbash (Australian, New Zealand, slang)
in the sense of babble
Definition
muddled or foolish speech
He couldn't make himself heard above the babble.
Synonyme
in the sense of blather
He kept on blathering about police incompetence.
Synonyme
waffle (informal, British),
rabbit on (British, informal),
yap (informal),
run off at the mouth (slang),

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