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pump 1

 (pŭmp)
n.
1. A machine or device for raising, compressing, or transferring fluids.
2. Physiology A molecular mechanism for the active transport of ions or molecules across a cell membrane.
3. Physics Electromagnetic radiation used to raise atoms or molecules to a higher energy level.
4. Informal The heart.
5. Informal The place where consumers purchase gasoline. Used with the: gas prices rising at the pump.
v. pumped, pump·ing, pumps
v.tr.
1. To cause to flow by means of a pump or pumplike organ or device: Derricks pumped oil out of the ground. The heart pumps blood throughout the body.
2. To draw, deliver, or pour forth: a writer who pumped out a new novel every year.
3. To propel, eject, or insert: pumped new life into the economy.
4. To cause to move with an up-and-down or back-and-forth motion: a bicyclist pumping the pedals; a piston pumping a shaft.
5. To push or pull (a brake or lever, for instance) rapidly: a driver pumping the brakes.
6. To shoot (bullets, for example) at or into: a gunner pumping rounds at a target.
7. Physics To raise (atoms or molecules) to a higher energy level by exposing them to electromagnetic radiation at a resonant frequency.
8. Physiology To transport (ions or molecules) against a concentration gradient by the expenditure of chemically stored energy.
9. To invest (money) repeatedly or persistently in something.
10. To question closely or persistently: pump a witness for secret information.
11. Informal To promote or publicize vigorously: The company pumped its new product on its website.
v.intr.
1. To operate a pump.
2. To move gas or liquid with a pump or a pumplike organ or device.
3. To move up and down or back and forth in a vigorous manner: My legs were pumping as I ran up the stairs.
4. To flow in spurts: Blood was pumping from the wound.
5. Sports To fake a throw, pass, or shot by moving the arm or arms without releasing the ball.
Phrasal Verb:
pump up
1. To inflate with gas by means of a pump: pump up a tire.
2. Slang To fill with enthusiasm, strength, or energy: The lively debate really pumped us up.
3. Sports To be actively involved in a bodybuilding program: athletes pumping up at the gym.
Idiom:
pump iron Sports
To lift weights.

[Middle English pumpe.]

pump′er n.

pump 2

 (pŭmp)
n.
A shoe that has a closed back and is cut low around the toes, usually with heels and no fastenings.

[Origin unknown.]

pump

(pʌmp)
n
1. (Mechanical Engineering) any device for compressing, driving, raising, or reducing the pressure of a fluid, esp by means of a piston or set of rotating impellers
2. (Biology) biology a mechanism for the active transport of ions, such as protons, calcium ions, and sodium ions, across cell membranes: a sodium pump.
vb
3. (General Engineering) (when: tr, usually foll by from, out, into, away, etc) to raise or drive (air, liquid, etc, esp into or from something) with a pump or similar device
4. (tr; usually foll by in or into) to supply in large amounts: to pump capital into a project.
5. (Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) (tr) to deliver (shots, bullets, etc) repeatedly with great force
6. (General Engineering) to operate (something, esp a handle or lever) in the manner of a pump or (of something) to work in this way: to pump the pedals of a bicycle.
7. (tr) to obtain (information) from (a person) by persistent questioning
8. (intr; usually foll by from or out of) (of liquids) to flow freely in large spurts: oil pumped from the fissure.
[C15: from Middle Dutch pumpe pipe, probably from Spanish bomba, of imitative origin]

pump

(pʌmp)
n
1. (Clothing & Fashion) a low-cut low-heeled shoe without fastenings, worn esp for dancing
2. (Clothing & Fashion) a type of shoe with a rubber sole, used in games such as tennis; plimsoll
[C16: of unknown origin]

pump1

(pʌmp)

n.
1. an apparatus or machine for raising, driving, exhausting, or compressing fluids or gases by means of a piston, plunger, or set of rotating vanes.
2. Informal. the heart.
3. a biological system that supplies energy for the transport of molecular substances against a chemical gradient, as sodium and potassium ions across the cell membrane.
v.t.
4. to raise or drive with a pump.
5. to force or inject like a pump or as if by using a pump: The gangster pumped ten bullets into him.
6. to free from water or other liquid by means of a pump.
7. to operate or move by an up-and-down or back-and-forth action.
8. to question (someone) artfully or persistently so as to elicit information.
9. to elicit (information) by questioning.
v.i.
10. to work a pump.
11. to operate as a pump does.
12. to move up and down like a pump handle.
13. to come out in spurts.
14. pump up,
a. to inflate by pumping: to pump up a tire.
b. to infuse with enthusiasm, competitive spirit, etc.
Idioms:
pump iron, to lift weights as an exercise or in competition.
[1400–50; late Middle English pumpe (n.)]

pump2

(pʌmp)

n.
1. a lightweight, low-cut shoe without fastenings for women.
2. a slip-on black patent leather man's shoe for wear with formal dress.
[1720–30; orig. uncertain]

pump

(pŭmp)
A machine for raising or transferring fluids. Most pumps function either by compression or suction.

pump


Past participle: pumped
Gerund: pumping

Imperative
pump
pump
Present
I pump
you pump
he/she/it pumps
we pump
you pump
they pump
Preterite
I pumped
you pumped
he/she/it pumped
we pumped
you pumped
they pumped
Present Continuous
I am pumping
you are pumping
he/she/it is pumping
we are pumping
you are pumping
they are pumping
Present Perfect
I have pumped
you have pumped
he/she/it has pumped
we have pumped
you have pumped
they have pumped
Past Continuous
I was pumping
you were pumping
he/she/it was pumping
we were pumping
you were pumping
they were pumping
Past Perfect
I had pumped
you had pumped
he/she/it had pumped
we had pumped
you had pumped
they had pumped
Future
I will pump
you will pump
he/she/it will pump
we will pump
you will pump
they will pump
Future Perfect
I will have pumped
you will have pumped
he/she/it will have pumped
we will have pumped
you will have pumped
they will have pumped
Future Continuous
I will be pumping
you will be pumping
he/she/it will be pumping
we will be pumping
you will be pumping
they will be pumping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been pumping
you have been pumping
he/she/it has been pumping
we have been pumping
you have been pumping
they have been pumping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been pumping
you will have been pumping
he/she/it will have been pumping
we will have been pumping
you will have been pumping
they will have been pumping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been pumping
you had been pumping
he/she/it had been pumping
we had been pumping
you had been pumping
they had been pumping
Conditional
I would pump
you would pump
he/she/it would pump
we would pump
you would pump
they would pump
Past Conditional
I would have pumped
you would have pumped
he/she/it would have pumped
we would have pumped
you would have pumped
they would have pumped
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pump - a mechanical device that moves fluid or gas by pressure or suctionpump - a mechanical device that moves fluid or gas by pressure or suction
air pump, vacuum pump - a pump that moves air in or out of something
aspirator - a pump that draws air or another gas through a liquid
auxiliary pump, donkey pump - a supplementary pump available if needed
bicycle pump - a small pump that fills bicycle tires with air
bilge pump - a pump to remove bilgewater
centrifugal pump - a pump that use centrifugal force to discharge fluid into a pipe
cooling system, engine cooling system - equipment in a motor vehicle that cools the engine
piston chamber, cylinder - a chamber within which piston moves
force pump - pump used to force a liquid up and expel it under pressure
fuel system - equipment in a motor vehicle or aircraft that delivers fuel to the engine
gas pump, gasoline pump, island dispenser, petrol pump - a pump in a service station that draws gasoline from underground storage tanks
grease-gun, gun - a hand-operated pump that resembles a revolver; forces grease into parts of a machine
hand pump - a pump worked by hand
heart-lung machine - a pump to maintain circulation during heart surgery; diverts blood from the heart and oxygenates it and then pumps it through the body
hydraulic pump, hydraulic ram - a water pump that uses the kinetic energy of flowing water to force a small fraction of that water to a reservoir at a higher level
lift pump - pump used to lift rather than force a liquid up
mechanical device - mechanism consisting of a device that works on mechanical principles
oil pump - a pump that keeps a supply of oil on moving parts
stirrup pump - a hand-operated reciprocating pump; used in fighting fires
suction pump - a pump for raising fluids by suction
water pump - the pump in the cooling system of an automobile that cause the water to circulate
2.pump - the hollow muscular organ located behind the sternum and between the lungspump - the hollow muscular organ located behind the sternum and between the lungs; its rhythmic contractions move the blood through the body; "he stood still, his heart thumping wildly"
internal organ, viscus - a main organ that is situated inside the body
arteria coronaria, coronary artery - the artery that branches from the aorta to supply blood to the heart
athlete's heart - enlarged heart commonly found among athletes trained for endurance
biauriculate heart - a heart (as of mammals and birds and reptiles) having two auricles
cardiac muscle, heart muscle - the muscle tissue of the heart; adapted to continued rhythmic contraction
cardiac valve, heart valve - a valve to control one-way flow of blood
valve - a structure in a hollow organ (like the heart) with a flap to insure one-way flow of fluid through it
cardiovascular system, circulatory system - the organs and tissues involved in circulating blood and lymph through the body
3.pump - a low-cut shoe without fasteningspump - a low-cut shoe without fastenings  
shoe - footwear shaped to fit the foot (below the ankle) with a flexible upper of leather or plastic and a sole and heel of heavier material
spectator pump, spectator - a woman's pump with medium heel; usually in contrasting colors for toe and heel
Verb1.pump - operate like a pump; move up and down, like a handle or a pedal; "pump the gas pedal"
wield, handle, manage - handle effectively; "The burglar wielded an axe"; "The young violinist didn't manage her bow very well"
goose - give a spurt of fuel to; "goose the car"
2.pump - deliver forth; "pump bullets into the dummy"
shoot, blast - fire a shot; "the gunman blasted away"
3.pump - draw or pour with a pump
draw, take out - take liquid out of a container or well; "She drew water from the barrel"
4.pump - supply in great quantities; "Pump money into a project"
furnish, provide, supply, render - give something useful or necessary to; "We provided the room with an electrical heater"
5.pump - flow intermittently
gush, spirt, spout, spurt - gush forth in a sudden stream or jet; "water gushed forth"
6.pump - move up and down; "The athlete pumps weights in the gym"
move, displace - cause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense; "Move those boxes into the corner, please"; "I'm moving my money to another bank"; "The director moved more responsibilities onto his new assistant"
7.pump - raise (gases or fluids) with a pump
lift, raise, elevate, get up, bring up - raise from a lower to a higher position; "Raise your hands"; "Lift a load"
8.pump - question persistently; "She pumped the witnesses for information"
query, question - pose a question

pump

verb
1. drive out, empty, drain, force out, bail out, siphon, draw off drill rigs that are busy pumping natural gas
2. supply, send, pour, inject The government must pump more money into community care.
3. interrogate, probe, quiz, cross-examine, grill (informal), worm out of, give someone the third degree, question closely He ran in every five minutes to pump me for details.
4. spurt, run, course, flow, flood, pour, jet, stream, spill, gush, spout, squirt blood pumping from a head wound
5. fire, shoot, discharge, let off A gunman burst in and pumped five bullets into her head.
pump something up inflate, blow up, fill up, dilate, puff up, aerate I was trying to pump up my back tyre.

pump

verb
To remove (a liquid) by a steady, gradual process:
drain, draw (off), let out, tap.
Translations
مَضَخَةمِضَخَّهمِنْفاخيَضُخيَضُخُ
čerpadločerpatpumpapumpovatvyptávat se
pumpe
pumppupumpatapumppausveivatavispata
pumpapumpati
szivattyúszivattyúzpumpa
dæladæla, pumpapumpapumpa , veiîa upp úr
ポンプポンプで注入する
펌프펌프로 퍼올리다
iškvostipumpuotisiurblyssiurbtivandensiurblis
izdibinātiztaujātsūknētsūknis
čerpadlopumpapumpovať
črpalkačrpatinapihnitinatočititlačilka
pumppumpa
เครื่องปั๊มสูบ
pompapompalamakpompalayarak çıkarmaktulumbaağzından kurnazlıkla lâf almak
bơm

pump

1 [pʌmp]
A. N
1. (for liquid, gas, air) → bomba f
foot/hand pumpbomba f de pie/de mano
see also bicycle B
see also bilge B
see also petrol B
see also suction B
2. (also petrol pump) → surtidor m de gasolina
3. (= act of pumping) I gave the tyre a quick pumple metí un poco de aire al neumático, inflé un poco el neumático
after a few pumps water came gushing forthdespués de darle a la bomba un par de veces, empezó a salir agua a borbotones
B. VT
1. (lit)
1.1. (with a pump) → bombear
gas is pumped from under the sea bedel gas se bombea desde el fondo del mar
to pump sth dry [+ well, river, lake] → secar algo, dejar algo seco
the tank was pumped full of water each dayel tanque se llenaba de agua todos los días
to pump gas (US) → echar or meter gasolina
oil is pumped into the house from a tank outsideel combustible se bombea a la casa desde un depósito que hay fuera
a respirator pumped oxygen into her lungsun respirador le bombeaba oxígeno a los pulmones
to pump air into a tyreinflar un neumático
the factory just pumps its waste into the riverla fábrica simplemente vierte sus residuos al río
they are pumping oil out of the wrecked tankerestán bombeando el petróleo del buque cisterna siniestrado
the heart pumps blood round the bodyel corazón hace circular la sangre por el cuerpo
to pump sb's stomachhacer un lavado de estómago a algn
to pump sb drydejar a algn seco
1.2. (Naut) to pump (out) the bilgesachicar la sentina
2. (fig) we can't go on pumping money into this projectno podemos seguir metiendo tanto dinero en or inyectándole tanto dinero a este proyecto
he pumped five bullets into her headle metió cinco balas en la cabeza
to pump sb full of drugsatiborrar a algn de drogas
to pump sb full of leadacribillar or coser a algn a balazos
see also prime C2
3. (= move up and down) [+ pedal] → pisar repetidamente; [+ handle] → darle repetidamente a
he pumped the acceleratorpisó repetidamente el pedal del acelerador, se puso a darle al pedal del acelerador
to pump sb's hand/armdar un fuerte apretón de manos a algn
to pump ironhacer pesas
4. (= question) I pumped him discreetly about his pastle sonsaqué discretamente todo lo que pude acerca de su pasadole tiré de la lengua discretamente acerca de su pasado
to pump sb for informationsonsacar información a algn
C. VI
1. [person]
1.1. (at pump) here's a bucket, get pumping!aquí tienes un balde, ¡a trabajar la bomba!
1.2. (on lever) he was pumping away on the leverestaba moviendo la palanca de arriba abajo sin parar
1.3. (on pedal) he was pumping away, trying to get the car to startpisaba repetidamente el pedal, intentando arrancar el coche
2. [pump, machine] the machine is pumping (away) all the timela máquina de bombeo está en funcionamiento constantemente
the piston was pumping up and downel émbolo subía y bajaba
3. [heart] (= circulate blood) → bombear la sangre; (= beat) → latir; [blood, adrenaline] → correr por las venas
4. [liquid]
the oil was pumping along the pipelineel petróleo corría por el tubo
blood pumped from the severed arteryla sangre salía a borbotones de la arteria cortada
D. CPD pump attendant Nencargado/a m/f de la gasolinera
pump house Nsala f de bombas
pump price N [of petrol] → precio m de la gasolina
pump room Nsala f de bombas
pump in VT + ADV
1. (lit) (with pump) → bombear, meter or introducir con una bomba; (with other device) → bombear
pump some more air inbombea más aire, introduce or mete más aire (con la bomba)
they are having water pumped in from surrounding areasse les está bombeando agua de las zonas colindantes
2. (fig) [+ money] → inyectar
pump out
A. VT + ADV
1. (= extract, remove) [+ oil, water] → bombear, extraer or sacar con una bomba
2. (= empty) [+ boat] → achicar el agua de; [+ flooded cellar, building] → sacar el agua de
it's no fun having your stomach pumped outun lavado de estómago no es nada divertido
3. (= produce, emit)
3.1. (lit) → despedir
the pipe was pumping out raw sewageel tubo estaba despidiendo aguas residuales sin tratar
cars which pump out deadly exhaust fumeslos coches que despiden gases letales
3.2. (fig) the country is investing a lot of money into pumping out more oilel país está invirtiendo mucho dinero para producir más petróleo
this station pumps out music 24 hours a dayesta cadena emite música las veinticuatro horas del día
he pumps out articles each weekcada semana saca un artículo detrás de otro como si nada
B. VI + ADVmanar
oil was pumping out from the ruptured tanksel petróleo manaba de las cisternas rotas
pump up VT + ADV
1. (= inflate) [+ tyre] → hinchar, inflar (LAm)
2. (= carry up) [+ water, oil] → bombear
water is pumped up from springsse bombea el agua de los manantiales
3. (= increase) [+ prices, profits] → inflar
to pump up the economyreactivar la economía
4. (= enhance) → mejorar
we need to pump up his imagetenemos que mejorar su imagen
5. (= inspire) [+ person] → animar; [+ morale] → subir, levantar

pump

2 [pʌmp] N (esp Brit) (= sports shoe) → zapatilla f (esp US) (= dancing shoe) → bailarina f; (= slip-on shoe) → zapato m de salón

pump

[ˈpʌmp]
n
(for circulating gas or liquid)pompe f; (for inflating sth)pompe f bicycle pump, petrol pump, pump prices, pump attendant
(for getting water)pompe f
(mainly US) (= court shoe) → escarpin m
(= plimsoll) → tennis f (sans lacet)
vt
[+ gas, liquid] → pomper
to pump sth into sth [+ liquid] → déverser qch dans ch
A new textile factory was pumping its waste into the river → Une nouvelle usine textile déversait ses déchets dans la rivière.; [+ air]
He was pumping air into the mattress → Il gonflait le matelas.
to pump money into sth → injecter de l'argent dans qch
to have one's stomach pumped → subir un lavage d'estomac
(fig) [+ person] (for information, details)tirer les vers du nez à
to pump sb for information → soutirer des informations à qn
pump out
vt sep
[+ gas, liquid] → évacuer
Sewage is pumped out to sea → Les effluents sont évacués vers la mer.
(= produce, supply) → déverser sur le marché
Japanese companies have been pumping out plenty of innovative products → Les compagnies japonaises déversent de nombreux produits innovants sur le marché.
pump up
vt sep
[+ mattress, tyre] → gonfler
[+ water, oil] → pomperpump-action [ˈpʌmpækʃən] adj
[shotgun] → à pompe
[bottle, dispenser] → à pompepump attendant n (British)pompiste mf

pump

:
pump priming
n (fig)Ankurbelung fder Wirtschaft
pump room
nTrinkhalle f, → Brunnenhaus nt

pump

1
nPumpe f
vtpumpen; stomachauspumpen; pedalmehrmals treten; to pump oil/water out of somethingÖl/Wasser aus etw (heraus)pumpen; to pump something dryetw leer pumpen; to pump bullets into somebodyjdn mit Blei vollpumpen (inf); to pump somebody full of drugsjdn mit Drogen vollpumpen; he pumped my arm up and downer riss meinen Arm wie einen Pumpenschwengel auf und ab; to pump money into somethingGeld in etw (acc)hineinpumpen; to pump somebody (for information)jdn aushorchen or löchern (inf); to pump information out of somebodyInformationen aus jdm herausholen; to pump iron (inf)Gewichte stemmen
vi
pumpen; (water, blood)herausschießen; the piston pumped up and downder Kolben ging auf und ab
(Brit: music, rhythm) → hämmern, stampfen; she likes to drive with the music pumpingsie dreht die Musik im Auto gern voll auf
(Brit sl: = have sex) → poppen (sl)

pump

2
n (= dancing shoe)Lackschuh m; (= ballet shoe)Ballettschuh m; (esp Brit: = gym shoe) → Turnschuh m; (US: = court shoe) → Pumps m

pump

1 [pʌmp]
1. npompa
petrol pump → distributore m (di benzina)
2. vt
a.pompare
to pump sth dry → prosciugare qc con una pompa
to pump air into a tyre → gonfiare uno pneumatico
to pump money into a project → immettere capitali in un progetto
to pump sb for information → cercare di strappare delle informazioni a qn
b. (handle) → alzare e abbassare vigorosamente
to pump sb's hand up and down → dare una vigorosa stretta di mano a qn
pump in vt + adv (water) → far passare (con una pompa); (foam into walls) → iniettare (fig) (money) → immettere
pump out vt + advpompare fuori
to pump out sb's stomach → fare la lavanda gastrica a qn
pump up vt + adv (tyre) → gonfiare

pump

2 n (sports shoe) → scarpa da ginnastica; (dancing shoe) → scarpetta da ballo; (slip-on shoe) → ballerina

pump

(pamp) noun
1. a machine for making water etc rise from under the ground. Every village used to have a pump from which everyone drew their water.
2. a machine or device for forcing liquid or gas into, or out of, something. a bicycle pump (for forcing air into the tyres).
verb
1. to raise or force with a pump. Oil is being pumped out of the ground.
2. to get information from by asking questions. He tried to pump me about the exam.
pump up
to inflate (tyres etc) with a pump.

pump

مَضَخَة, يَضُخُ čerpadlo, pumpovat pumpe Pumpe, pumpen αντλία, αντλώ bomba, bombear pumpata, pumppu pompe, pomper pumpa, pumpati pompa, pompare ポンプ, ポンプで注入する 펌프, 펌프로 퍼올리다 pomp, pompen pumpe napompować, pompa bomba, bombear насос, работать насосом pump, pumpa เครื่องปั๊ม, สูบ pompa, pompalamak bơm , 泵吸

pump

n. bomba;
intravenous ______ intravenosa;
oxigenator ______ oxigenadora;
stomach ______ gástrica;
v. bombear;
to ___ out___ hacia afuera, sacar por bomba.

pump

n bomba; breast — sacaleches m, extractor m de leche; insulin — bomba de insulina; intraaortic balloon — balón m de contrapulsación aórtica; vt (blood) bombear, impulsar (la sangre)
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