spout

spout
I [spaʊt]
nome
1) (of kettle, teapot) beccuccio m., becco m.; (of tap) bocca f. di uscita; (of hose) apertura f.; (of fountain) cannella f.; (of gutter) bocca f. di scarico
2) (spurt) (of liquid) getto m., zampillo m.
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to be up the spout — BE colloq. [plan, life] essere rovinato, distrutto; [woman] rimanere incinta, rimanerci

II 1. [spaʊt]
verbo transitivo
1) (spurt) [pipe, fountain] fare zampillare, fare sgorgare [water]
2) spreg. (recite) declamare [poetry, statistics, theories] (at a)
2.
verbo intransitivo
1) (spurt) [liquid] scaturire, zampillare, sgorgare (from, out of da)
2) BE colloq. spreg. (anche spout forth) (talk) parlare a getto continuo
3) [whale] soffiare
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1. verb
1) (to throw out or be thrown out in a jet: Water spouted from the hole in the tank.) scaturire, sgorgare
2) (to talk or say (something) loudly and dramatically: He started to spout poetry, of all things!) declamare
2. noun
1) (the part of a kettle, teapot, jug, water-pipe etc through which the liquid it contains is poured out.) becco, beccuccio
2) (a jet or strong flow (of water etc).) getto, zampillo
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[spaʊt]
1. n
(of teapot) becco, beccuccio, (of guttering) scarico, (for tap) cannella, (column of water) getto, zampillo

those figures are completely up the spout fam — quei dati sono completamente sballati

2. vt
(water) gettare, (lava) eruttare, (smoke) emettere, fam , (pej: poetry) declamare
3. vi
(liquid) zampillare
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spout /spaʊt/
n.
1 becco; beccuccio; cannella: the spout of a teapot, il beccuccio d'una teiera
2 (edil.; = waterspout, downspout) tubo di scarico; grondaia
3 getto, colonna (d'acqua, di vapore); zampillo
4 (un tempo) montacarichi (al monte dei pegni)
5 (anche waterspout) tromba marina
6 sorgente (d'acqua); fonte
7 (zool., = spout hole) sfiatatoio (d'una balena, ecc.)
to be up the spout, (arc.: di un oggetto) essere al monte dei pegni; (slang: di una persona, un progetto, ecc.) essere rovinato; andare in malora; (di una donna) essere incinta.
(to) spout /spaʊt/
A v. i.
1 scaturire; sgorgare; schizzare: Blood spouted from the wound, il sangue sgorgò dalla ferita
2 (fam.) concionare; declamare; parlare a getto continuo
3 (della balena o altro cetaceo) soffiare
B v. t.
1 gettare; lanciare; schizzare; far sgorgare
2 (fam., spesso to spout off) sbrodolare; dire una sfilza di; declamare; blaterare; sputare (sentenze, ecc.): Stop spouting nonsense!, smettila di dire una sfilza di sciocchezze!
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I [spaʊt]
nome
1) (of kettle, teapot) beccuccio m., becco m.; (of tap) bocca f. di uscita; (of hose) apertura f.; (of fountain) cannella f.; (of gutter) bocca f. di scarico
2) (spurt) (of liquid) getto m., zampillo m.
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to be up the spout — BE colloq. [plan, life] essere rovinato, distrutto; [woman] rimanere incinta, rimanerci

II 1. [spaʊt]
verbo transitivo
1) (spurt) [pipe, fountain] fare zampillare, fare sgorgare [water]
2) spreg. (recite) declamare [poetry, statistics, theories] (at a)
2.
verbo intransitivo
1) (spurt) [liquid] scaturire, zampillare, sgorgare (from, out of da)
2) BE colloq. spreg. (anche spout forth) (talk) parlare a getto continuo
3) [whale] soffiare

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