Definition of 'slush'
Example sentences containing 'slush'
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Bodies were strewn in the slush where the snow had melted. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He was probably putting away a slush fund. Christianity Today (2000)Charity donations are not meant to build up a slush fund for parties. The Sun (2016)It is also a horrific pile of sentimental slush. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But you would hardly know it from this uninspiring romantic slush. The Sun (2009)Set aside a taxi slush fund. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The gags come thick and fast, with a side helping of romantic slush. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A slush fund was set up for the purpose. Times, Sunday Times (2006)When the snow turns to slush that's your chance to apply a little pressure and effectively scrub the glass clean. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The next worldwide publishing sensation is out there somewhere but the last place that editors will find it is in their inbox or their slush pile. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This was fresh ice, more slush than solid, still forming. Tuning the Rig: A Journey to the Arctic (1990)Berlin in February often features grey slush and icy winds, accompanied by an austere but worthy programme of films in competition. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Boats of 10 metres and under now place fish straight into slush ice as soon as it is caught, thus keeping it firm and fresh. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'slush'
British English: slush /slʌʃ/ NOUN
Slush is snow that has begun to melt and is therefore very wet and dirty.
There was slush on the pavements.
- American English: slush
- Arabic: ثُلُوجٌ ذَائِبَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: lama de neve derretida
- Chinese: 烂泥
- Croatian: bljuzgavica
- Czech: břečka sněhová
- Danish: sjap
- Dutch: sneeuwbrij
- European Spanish: nieve fangosa
- Finnish: loska
- French: neige fondue
- German: Schneematsch
- Greek: λασπόχιονο
- Italian: fanghiglia
- Japanese: ぬかるみ
- Korean: 진창
- Norwegian: slaps
- Polish: breja
- European Portuguese: neve parcialmente derretida
- Romanian: mocirlă
- Russian: слякоть
- Spanish: nieve fangosa
- Swedish: snöslask
- Thai: หิมะหรือน้ำแข็งที่กำลังละลาย
- Turkish: sulu çamur
- Ukrainian: талий сніг
- Vietnamese: tuyết tan
Definition of slush from the Collins English Dictionary
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