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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!

Other expressions:

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.

Pronunciation examples
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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