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to pour: to serve a drink, to let flow
Pour the bad milk down the sink.
On the plane I poured the beer into the glass, but there was so much turbulence most of it fell into my lap!
It's pouring. It's raining very heavily.
As soon as the doors opened, they came pouring in. As soon as the doors opened, a lot of people came in at once.
Blood was pouring through the wound. Blood was flowing rapidly through the cut or injury.
UK: We cancelled the picnic because it was pouring rain.
US: He poured me a glass of milk. He didn't have any whisky.
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- "Nous sommes quatre pour dîner, s'il vous plaît."
- "Why did you pour water over me?"
- "I'll pour us a glass."
- "Moira : The weeks preceding and following Christmas day are by far the busiest shopping periods of the year, with record amounts of money pouring in nationwide."
- "The chemicals are pouring in a vial"
- "Running across the street to a local hardware store, the witness bought a can of red paint which he then poured on the concrete sidewalk directly in front of the bank."
- "Chocolate melted and poured into your mouth by trained chimpanzees"
- "I will just pour you some apéritifs, and then we can go at table."
- "You go pour me a bath of champagne, ok."
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