gush


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gush

 (gŭsh)
v. gushed, gush·ing, gush·es
v.intr.
1. To flow forth suddenly in great volume: water gushing from a hydrant.
2. To emit a sudden and abundant flow, as of tears.
3. To make an excessive display of sentiment or enthusiasm: gushed over the baby.
v.tr.
To emit abundantly; pour forth.
n.
1. A sudden copious outflow: a gush of tears.
2. Excessively demonstrative language or behavior.

[Middle English gushen, perhaps of Scandinavian origin; see gheu- in Indo-European roots.]

gush

(ɡʌʃ)
vb
1. to pour out or cause to pour out suddenly and profusely, usually with a rushing sound
2. to act or utter in an overeffusive, affected, or sentimental manner
n
3. a sudden copious flow or emission, esp of liquid
4. something that flows out or is emitted
5. an extravagant and insincere expression of admiration, sentiment, etc
[C14: probably of imitative origin; compare Old Norse gjósa, Icelandic gusa]
ˈgushing adj
ˈgushingly adv

gush

(gʌʃ)

v.i.
1. to flow out or issue suddenly, copiously, or forcibly, as a fluid from confinement; pour.
2. to express oneself extravagantly or emotionally; talk effusively.
3. to have a sudden copious flow, as of blood or tears.
v.t.
4. to emit suddenly, forcibly, or copiously; spurt.
n.
5. a sudden copious outflow of a fluid.
6. the fluid emitted.
7. effusive and often insincere sentiment or enthusiasm.
[1350–1400; Middle English gushen]
gush′ing•ly, adv.

Gush

 a sudden outflowing. See also abundance, outburst.

gush


Past participle: gushed
Gerund: gushing

Imperative
gush
gush
Present
I gush
you gush
he/she/it gushes
we gush
you gush
they gush
Preterite
I gushed
you gushed
he/she/it gushed
we gushed
you gushed
they gushed
Present Continuous
I am gushing
you are gushing
he/she/it is gushing
we are gushing
you are gushing
they are gushing
Present Perfect
I have gushed
you have gushed
he/she/it has gushed
we have gushed
you have gushed
they have gushed
Past Continuous
I was gushing
you were gushing
he/she/it was gushing
we were gushing
you were gushing
they were gushing
Past Perfect
I had gushed
you had gushed
he/she/it had gushed
we had gushed
you had gushed
they had gushed
Future
I will gush
you will gush
he/she/it will gush
we will gush
you will gush
they will gush
Future Perfect
I will have gushed
you will have gushed
he/she/it will have gushed
we will have gushed
you will have gushed
they will have gushed
Future Continuous
I will be gushing
you will be gushing
he/she/it will be gushing
we will be gushing
you will be gushing
they will be gushing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been gushing
you have been gushing
he/she/it has been gushing
we have been gushing
you have been gushing
they have been gushing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been gushing
you will have been gushing
he/she/it will have been gushing
we will have been gushing
you will have been gushing
they will have been gushing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been gushing
you had been gushing
he/she/it had been gushing
we had been gushing
you had been gushing
they had been gushing
Conditional
I would gush
you would gush
he/she/it would gush
we would gush
you would gush
they would gush
Past Conditional
I would have gushed
you would have gushed
he/she/it would have gushed
we would have gushed
you would have gushed
they would have gushed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.gush - a sudden rapid flow (as of water)gush - a sudden rapid flow (as of water); "he heard the flush of a toilet"; "there was a little gush of blood"; "she attacked him with an outpouring of words"
flow, flowing - the motion characteristic of fluids (liquids or gases)
springtide - a swelling rush of anything; "he rose on the springtide of prosperity"
2.gush - an unrestrained expression of emotion
expression, reflexion, reflection, manifestation - expression without words; "tears are an expression of grief"; "the pulse is a reflection of the heart's condition"
acting out - a (usually irritating) impulsive and uncontrollable outburst by a problem child or a neurotic adult
cry - a fit of weeping; "had a good cry"
explosion - a sudden outburst; "an explosion of laughter"; "an explosion of rage"
flare - a sudden outburst of emotion; "she felt a flare of delight"; "she could not control her flare of rage"
Verb1.gush - gush forth in a sudden stream or jet; "water gushed forth"
pump - flow intermittently
blow - spout moist air from the blowhole; "The whales blew"
whoosh - gush or squirt out; "Oil whooshed up when the drill hit the well"
pour - flow in a spurt; "Water poured all over the floor"
2.gush - praise enthusiastically; "She raved about that new restaurant"
praise - express approval of; "The parents praised their children for their academic performance"
3.gush - issue in a jet; come out in a jet; stream or spring forth; "Water jetted forth"; "flames were jetting out of the building"
course, flow, run, feed - move along, of liquids; "Water flowed into the cave"; "the Missouri feeds into the Mississippi"

gush

verb
1. flow, run, rush, flood, pour, jet, burst, stream, cascade, issue, spurt, spout Piping hot water gushed out of the tap.
2. enthuse, rave, spout, overstate, rhapsodize, effuse 'Oh, you were just brilliant,' she gushed.
noun
1. stream, flow, rush, flood, jet, burst, issue, outburst, cascade, torrent, spurt, spout, outflow I heard a gush of water. stream

gush

verb
1. To come forth or emit in abundance:
2. To make an emotional display:
noun
A sudden or rapid flowing outward:
Translations
تَدَفُّق، إنبجاس الماءيَتَدَفَّق، يَنْفَجِريَتكلَّم باندِفاع وحَماس
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gush

[gʌʃ]
A. N
1. [of liquid] → chorro m; [of words] → torrente m; [of feeling] → efusión f
2. (= sentimentalism) → sentimentalismo m
B. VT [+ blood] → chorrear, derramar a borbotones; [+ water] → chorrear, derramar
C. VI
1. (also gush out) [water, blood] → chorrear (from de)
2. (= enthuse) → hablar con entusiasmo (about, over de)

gush

[ˈgʌʃ]
n [water] → jaillissement m
vi
[liquid] → jaillir
[person] → se répandre en effusions
to gush about sth → se répandre en effusions au sujet de qch
vts'extasier
gush out
vi [liquid] → sortir en bouillonnant
to gush out of sth → sortir de qch en bouillonnant

gush

n
(of liquid)Strahl m, → Schwall m; (of words)Schwall m; (of emotion, enthusiasm)Ausbruch m
(inf: = gushing talk) → Geschwärme nt (inf)
vi
(also gush out, water) → herausschießen, heraussprudeln; (smoke, blood, tears)hervorquellen; (flames)herausschlagen
(inf: = talk) → schwärmen (inf)(about, over von); (insincerely) → sich ergehen (→ about, over über +acc)
vt (liter, volcano) → ausstoßen; the wound gushed bloodaus der Wunde schoss or quoll Blut; what a delightful hat, she gushedwelch entzückender Hut, sagte sie überschwänglich

gush

[gʌʃ]
1. n (of liquid) → getto, fiotto; (of blood) → fiotto; (of feeling) → ondata
2. vi
a. (also gush out) (water, blood) to gush (from)sgorgare (da)
b. (pej) (enthuse) to gush (about or over)abbandonarsi ad effusioni

gush

(gaʃ) verb
1. (of liquids) to flow out suddenly and in large amounts. Blood gushed from his wound.
2. to exaggerate one's enthusiasm etc while talking. The lady kept gushing about her husband's success.
noun
a sudden flowing (of a liquid). a gush of water.
ˈgushing adjective
speaking or spoken in an exaggerated manner. gushing remarks; She's a bit too gushing for me.
ˈgushingly adverb

gush

vt. salir a borbotones, derramar, verter.
References in classic literature ?
Grafting and soldering take badly on works of this nature, which should gush forth in a single stream and so remain.
Oh, from out the sounding cells, What a gush of euphony voluminously wells
The door was opened, but nothing came in except a soapy arm and a strong gush of tobacco.
And if at times these things bent the welded iron of his soul, much more did his far-away domestic memories of his young Cape wife and child, tend to bend him still more from the original ruggedness of his nature, and open him still further to those latent influences which, in some honest-hearted men, restrain the gush of dare-devil daring, so often evinced by others in the more perilous vicissitudes of the fishery.
The last occasion on which he did this was just as he emerged from the shadow of a large tree that stood by the roadside, and a gush of rich emotion rewarded him.
A gush of smoke came from a chimney in the rear of the edifice.
The play and slight agitation of the water, in its upward gush, wrought magically with these variegated pebbles, and made a continually shifting apparition of quaint figures, vanishing too suddenly to be definable.
If it break, all will know it, for you will see the sacred water gush from the chapel door
I could talk a while when the evening commenced, but the first gush of vivacity and fluency gone, I was fain to sit on a stool at Diana's feet, to rest my head on her knee, and listen alternately to her and Mary, while they sounded thoroughly the topic on which I had but touched.
Rage and bloodlust such as his could be satisfied only by the feel of hot flesh between rending fangs, by the gush of new life blood against his bare skin, for, though he did not realize it, Korak, The Killer, was fighting for something more compelling than hate or revenge-- he was a great male fighting another male for a she of his own kind.
But, the next moment, the exhilarating gush of young life shot through their veins.
The "old blue" that we hang about our walls as ornaments were the common every-day household utensils of a few centuries ago; and the pink shepherds and the yellow shepherdesses that we hand round now for all our friends to gush over, and pretend they understand, were the unvalued mantel-ornaments that the mother of the eighteenth century would have given the baby to suck when he cried.