gush

gush
I [gʌʃ]
nome
1) (of liquid) fiotto m., getto m., zampillo m.
2) (of enthusiasm) impeto m., slancio m.; (of pleasure) ondata f.
II [gʌʃ]
verbo intransitivo
1) [liquid] sgorgare, zampillare
2) fig.

to gush over — esaltarsi o smaniare per

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1. verb
1) ((of liquids) to flow out suddenly and in large amounts: Blood gushed from his wound.) sgorgare, zampillare
2) (to exaggerate one's enthusiasm etc while talking: The lady kept gushing about her husband's success.) entusiasmarsi
2. noun
(a sudden flowing (of a liquid): a gush of water.) fiotto, getto, zampillo
- gushingly
* * *
[ɡʌʃ]
1. n
(of liquid) getto, fiotto, (of blood) fiotto, (of feeling) ondata
2. vi
1) (also: gush out)

(water, blood) to gush (from) — sgorgare (da)

water gushed from the pipe — l'acqua sgorgava dal tubo

2)

(pej: enthuse) to gush (about or over) — abbandonarsi ad effusioni

he gushed about his love for his wife — parlò con eccessivo entusiasmo del suo amore per la moglie

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gush /gʌʃ/
n.
1 fiotto; getto; zampillo
2 (fig.) effusione; scoppio; accesso; impeto: a gush of anger, uno scoppio d'ira
3 [u] sentimentalismo; smancerie
a gush of thanks, profusi ringraziamenti.
(to) gush /gʌʃ/
A v. i.
1 sgorgare; scaturire; zampillare: Water was gushing from the hole, l'acqua zampillava dal foro
2 (fig.) effondersi smodatamente; entusiasmarsi troppo
B v. t.
far sgorgare; emettere (sangue, ecc.) a fiotti
● (fig.) to gush over, esaltarsi, dare in smanie, smaniare per (q.).
* * *
I [gʌʃ]
nome
1) (of liquid) fiotto m., getto m., zampillo m.
2) (of enthusiasm) impeto m., slancio m.; (of pleasure) ondata f.
II [gʌʃ]
verbo intransitivo
1) [liquid] sgorgare, zampillare
2) fig.

to gush over — esaltarsi o smaniare per


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