pour

pour
[pɔː(r)] 1.
verbo transitivo
1) versare [liquid]; colare [cement, metal, wax]
2) (anche pour out) (serve) servire, versare [drink]

can I pour you some more coffee? — le verso ancora un po' di caffè?

to pour oneself a drink — versarsi da bere

3) (supply freely)

to pour money into industry — investire molto denaro nell'industria

to pour one's energies into one's work — concentrare tutte le proprie energie nel lavoro

2.
verbo intransitivo
1) (flow) [liquid] colare

to pour into — [water, liquid] colare in; [smoke, fumes, light] entrare o diffondersi in

to pour out of o from [smoke, fumes] uscire (in grande quantità) da; [water] sgorgare da; tears poured down her face le lacrime le scorrevano sul volto; water poured down the walls l'acqua colava lungo i muri; relief poured over me — fui pervaso da un grande senso di sollievo

2) fig.

to pour into — [people] affluire in

to pour from o out of [people, cars] uscire in massa o riversarsi fuori da; [supplies, money] uscire in grande quantità da; to pour across o over — [people] riversarsi su [border, bridge]

3) (serve tea, coffee)

shall I pour? — servo io?

4) [jug, teapot] versare
3.
verbo impersonale

it's pouring (with rain) — piove a dirotto

••

to pour cold water on sth. — farsi vedere poco entusiasti per qcs

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[po:]
verb
1) (to (cause to) flow in a stream: She poured the milk into a bowl; Water poured down the wall; People were pouring out of the factory.) versare; riversarsi
2) ((only with it as subject) to rain heavily: It was pouring this morning.) (piovere a dirotto)
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pour /pɔ:(r)/
n. [cu]
1 (di solito downpour) acquazzone; scroscio di pioggia; diluvio
2 (metall.) colata (di metallo fuso)
● (metall.) pour point, temperatura di colata.
♦ (to) pour /pɔ:(r)/
A v. t.
1 versare; gettare (un liquido): Pour cold water on it, gettaci sopra dell'acqua fredda!
2 (tecn.) colare (metallo, cemento, ecc.)
B v. i.
1 (di liquido, ecc.) riversarsi; fluire copiosamente; scorrere liberamente; sgorgare: Blood poured from the wound, il sangue fluiva copioso dalla ferita
2 versare il tè (o il caffè, ecc.) agli ospiti: Shall I pour?, posso versare?
● (fig.) to pour cold water on, scoraggiare (una persona); smorzare (l'entusiasmo di q.); gettare acqua fredda su (un progetto) □ to pour it on, mettercela tutta, darci sotto; fare grandi elogi; fare la vittima, esagerare i propri guai o malanni; (autom.) andare a tutta birra □ (fig.) to pour oil on flames, versare benzina sul fuoco □ (fig.) to pour oil on troubled waters, gettar acqua sul fuoco (fig.); metter pace □ to pour ridicule on sb., gettare il ridicolo su q.It's pouring (with rain), diluvia; piove a dirotto □ (prov.) It never rains but it pours, piove sul bagnato (fig.); le disgrazie non vengono mai sole.
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[pɔː(r)] 1.
verbo transitivo
1) versare [liquid]; colare [cement, metal, wax]
2) (anche pour out) (serve) servire, versare [drink]

can I pour you some more coffee? — le verso ancora un po' di caffè?

to pour oneself a drink — versarsi da bere

3) (supply freely)

to pour money into industry — investire molto denaro nell'industria

to pour one's energies into one's work — concentrare tutte le proprie energie nel lavoro

2.
verbo intransitivo
1) (flow) [liquid] colare

to pour into — [water, liquid] colare in; [smoke, fumes, light] entrare o diffondersi in

to pour out of o from [smoke, fumes] uscire (in grande quantità) da; [water] sgorgare da; tears poured down her face le lacrime le scorrevano sul volto; water poured down the walls l'acqua colava lungo i muri; relief poured over me — fui pervaso da un grande senso di sollievo

2) fig.

to pour into — [people] affluire in

to pour from o out of [people, cars] uscire in massa o riversarsi fuori da; [supplies, money] uscire in grande quantità da; to pour across o over — [people] riversarsi su [border, bridge]

3) (serve tea, coffee)

shall I pour? — servo io?

4) [jug, teapot] versare
3.
verbo impersonale

it's pouring (with rain) — piove a dirotto

••

to pour cold water on sth. — farsi vedere poco entusiasti per qcs


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