Flushing

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Flush·ing

 (flŭsh′ĭng)
1. A section of New York City in northern Queens on western Long Island. Flushing Meadows was the site of two world's fairs (1939-1940 and 1964-1965) and the temporary headquarters of the United Nations (1946-1949).

flushing

(ˈflʌʃɪŋ)
n
(Agriculture) an extra feeding given to ewes before mating to increase the lambing percentage

Flushing

(ˈflʌʃɪŋ)
n
(Placename) a port in the SW Netherlands, in Zeeland province, on Walcheren Island, at the mouth of the West Scheldt river: the first Dutch city to throw off Spanish rule (1572). Pop: 45 000 (2003 est). Dutch name: Vlissingen

Flush•ing

(ˈflʌʃ ɪŋ)

n.
a seaport on Walcheren Island, in the SW Netherlands. 46,055.
Dutch, Vlissingen.
Translations

Flushing

[ˈflʌʃɪŋ] NFlesinga m

flushing

n (for lavatory) → (Wasser)spülung f

flushing

n enrojecimiento (de la piel), rubefacción f (form), rubor m
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The effects of diluted urine, flushing agents and cleansing agents are also reviewed.
High-pressure machines, according to Cannon, eliminate the need for flushing agents and the environmental costs associated with their disposal.
All of the Wynn's fluid services include adding special flushing agents to each fluid system to remove sludge and deposits, then using specially designed equipment to pump this mixture through and out of the system under pressure and replace it with fresh fluid and a conditioner.