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  1. flush

    • IPA[flʌʃ]

    英式

    • v.
      (of a person's skin, face, etc.) become red and hot, typically as the result of illness or strong emotion;make red and hot
    • n.
      a reddening of the face, skin, etc., typically caused by illness or strong emotion;an area of warm colour or light
    • noun: flush, plural noun: flushes

    • verb: flush, 3rd person present: flushes, gerund or present participle: flushing, past tense: flushed, past participle: flushed

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    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. (of a person's skin, face, etc.) become red and hot, typically as the result of illness or strong emotion:

      Rachel flushed angrily

    • 2. make red and hot:

      a wave of colour flushed his cheeks

    • 3. glow or cause to glow with warm colour or light:

      the sky was flushed with the gold of dawn

    • 4. cleanse (something, especially a toilet) by causing large quantities of water to pass through it:

      she flushed the loo

      the nurse flushed out the catheter

    • 5. (of a toilet) be cleansed by flushing:

      Cally heard the toilet flush

    • 6. remove or dispose of (an object or substance) by flushing:

      I flushed the pills down the lavatory

      the kidneys require more water to flush out waste products

    • 7. cause (a liquid) to flow through something:

      0.3 ml of saline is gently flushed through the tube

    • 8. drive (a bird, especially a game bird, or an animal) from its cover:

      the grouse were flushed from the woods

    • 9. cause to be revealed; force into the open:

      they're trying to flush him out of hiding

    • 10. (of a plant) send out fresh shoots:

      the plant had started to flush by late March

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a reddening of the face, skin, etc., typically caused by illness or strong emotion:

      a flush of embarrassment rose to her cheeks

    • 2. an area of warm colour or light:

      the bird has a pinkish flush on the breast

    • 3. a sudden rush of intense emotion:

      I was carried away in a flush of enthusiasm

    • 4. a period when something is new or particularly fresh and vigorous:

      he is no longer in the first flush of youth

    • 5. a sudden abundance or spate of something:

      the frogs feast on the great flush of insects

    • 6. a fresh growth of leaves, flowers, or fruit.
    • 7. an act of cleansing something, especially a toilet, with a sudden flow of water:

      an old-fashioned toilet uses six or seven gallons a flush

    • 8. the device used for flushing a toilet:

      he pressed the flush absent-mindedly

    • 9. denoting a type of toilet that has a flushing device.
    • 10. a sudden flow:

      the melting snow provides a flush of water

    • 11. the action of driving an animal or game bird from its cover:

      labradors retrieve the birds after the flush

    • adj. (of a person's skin) red and hot, typically as the result of illness or strong emotion:

    • her flushed cheeks

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    • adj. (of a person's skin) red and hot, typically as the result of illness or strong emotion:

    • her flushed cheeks

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    • IPA[fləSH]

    美式

    • v.
      (of a person's skin, face, etc.) become red and hot, typically as the result of illness or strong emotion:
    • Mr. Cunningham flushed angrily
    • n.
      a reddening of the face, skin, etc., typically caused by illness or strong emotion:
    • a flush of embarrassment rose to her cheeks

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    • IPA[fləSH]

    美式

    • adj.
      completely level or even with another surface:
    • the gates are flush with the adjoining fencing
    • adv.
      so as to be level or even:
    • the screw must fit flush with the surface
    • v.
      fill in (a joint) level with a surface.

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    • IPA[flʌʃ]

    英式

    • adj.
      completely level or even with another surface:
    • the gates are flush with the adjoining fencing
    • adv.
      so as to be level or even:
    • the screw must fit flush with the surface
    • v.
      fill in (a joint) level with a surface.

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    • IPA[fləSH]

    美式

    • n.
      a piece of wet ground over which water flows without being confined to a definite channel.

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    • IPA[flʌʃ]

    英式

    • n.
      a piece of wet ground over which water flows without being confined to a definite channel.

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