Definition of 'gush'
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In an interview last week ahead of her jungle stint, she gushed about her plans to marry him. The Sun (2016)The fear was that oil would continue gushing when the rig sank. Times, Sunday Times (2010)All of a sudden it was gushing in. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He collapsed with blood gushing from his wounds. The Sun (2007)They affirm with gushing enthusiasm how much they love what they are doing. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It was the second time the oil industry had gushed profits in a week. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Blood gushed and furniture was sent crashing over. FRIENDS FOR LIFE (2003)The locals are not gushing with enthusiasm and little wonder. The Sun (2012)As he tumbled lifeless to the ground his blood gushed forth from his wounds and caused a great deluge. The Gods of Asgard (1989)One then bit into her neck, sending fake blood gushing down her chest. The Sun (2010) Blood was gushing out of his nose, mouth and eyes. The Sun (2012)He had blood gushing from wounds to his head, neck and both sides of his lower body. The Sun (2012)I looked down and blood was gushing. The Sun (2015)It will pump gushing oil up through a pipe to tankers on the surface, which will ferry the liquid back to land. The Sun (2010)And according to the flyer that comes through the post with the offer of the course, drivers gush with enthusiasm for the scheme. Times, Sunday Times (2013)And for all the froth and gush about creativity and culture, investment isn't getting to where it hurts. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He said this could result in up to 1.7 million gallons of oil a day gushing into the Arctic throughout the winter. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'gush'
British English: gush VERB
When liquid gushes out of something, or when something gushes a liquid, the liquid flows out very quickly and in large quantities.
Piping-hot water gushed out.
British English: gush NOUN
A gush of liquid is a sudden, rapid flow of liquid, or a quantity of it that suddenly flows out.
I heard a gush of water.
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