1. phrasal verb
If you pour out a drink, you put some of it in a cup or glass.
[V P n] ⇒ Larry was pouring out four glasses of champagne.
[V n P] ⇒ Carefully and slowly he poured the beer out.
2. phrasal verb → pour If you pour out your thoughts, feelings, or experiences, you tell someone all about them.
[V P n (not pron)] ⇒ They have started pouring out their hearts and expressing their hopes and fears about
the present situation.
[V n P] ⇒ I poured my thoughts out on paper in an attempt to rationalize my feelings.
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