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de·bouch

 (dĭ-bouch′, -bo͞osh′)
v. de·bouched, de·bouch·ing, de·bouch·es
v.intr.
1. To march from a narrow or confined area into the open.
2. To emerge; issue: "His companions still lay in the bed of the ravine, through which the smaller stream debouched" (James Fenimore Cooper).
v.tr.
To cause to emerge or issue.

[French déboucher : dé-, out of (from Old French des-; see de-) + bouche, mouth (from Latin bucca, cheek, mouth).]
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debouch

(dɪˈbaʊtʃ)
vb
1. (Military) (intr) (esp of troops) to move into a more open space, as from a narrow or concealed place
2. (Physical Geography) (intr) (of a river, glacier, etc) to flow from a valley into a larger area or body
n
(Fortifications) fortifications Also called: débouché an outlet or passage, as for the exit of troops
[C18: from French déboucher, from dé- dis1 + bouche mouth, from Latin bucca cheek]
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de•bouch

(dɪˈbaʊtʃ; esp. for 2 -ˈbuʃ)

v.i.
1. to emerge; issue.
2. to march out from a narrow or confined place into open country, as a body of troops.
[1655–65; < French déboucher=dé- dis-1 + -boucher, v. derivative of bouche mouth < Latin bucca cheek, jaw]
de•bouch′ment, n.
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debouch


Past participle: debouched
Gerund: debouching

Imperative
debouch
debouch
Present
I debouch
you debouch
he/she/it debouches
we debouch
you debouch
they debouch
Preterite
I debouched
you debouched
he/she/it debouched
we debouched
you debouched
they debouched
Present Continuous
I am debouching
you are debouching
he/she/it is debouching
we are debouching
you are debouching
they are debouching
Present Perfect
I have debouched
you have debouched
he/she/it has debouched
we have debouched
you have debouched
they have debouched
Past Continuous
I was debouching
you were debouching
he/she/it was debouching
we were debouching
you were debouching
they were debouching
Past Perfect
I had debouched
you had debouched
he/she/it had debouched
we had debouched
you had debouched
they had debouched
Future
I will debouch
you will debouch
he/she/it will debouch
we will debouch
you will debouch
they will debouch
Future Perfect
I will have debouched
you will have debouched
he/she/it will have debouched
we will have debouched
you will have debouched
they will have debouched
Future Continuous
I will be debouching
you will be debouching
he/she/it will be debouching
we will be debouching
you will be debouching
they will be debouching
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been debouching
you have been debouching
he/she/it has been debouching
we have been debouching
you have been debouching
they have been debouching
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been debouching
you will have been debouching
he/she/it will have been debouching
we will have been debouching
you will have been debouching
they will have been debouching
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been debouching
you had been debouching
he/she/it had been debouching
we had been debouching
you had been debouching
they had been debouching
Conditional
I would debouch
you would debouch
he/she/it would debouch
we would debouch
you would debouch
they would debouch
Past Conditional
I would have debouched
you would have debouched
he/she/it would have debouched
we would have debouched
you would have debouched
they would have debouched
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.debouch - march out (as from a defile) into open grounddebouch - march out (as from a defile) into open ground; "The regiments debouched from the valley"
march, process - march in a procession; "They processed into the dining room"
2.debouch - pass out or emerge; especially of rivers; "The tributary debouched into the big river"
egress, come forth, emerge, go forth, come out, issue - come out of; "Water issued from the hole in the wall"; "The words seemed to come out by themselves"
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Translations

debouch

[dɪˈbaʊtʃ] VI (frm) to debouch into [river] → desembocar en
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debouch

vi (troops)hervorbrechen, debouchieren (old); (river)münden, sich ergießen
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