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gush

verb  /ɡʌʃ/ us  

gush verb (FLOW)

[I] to flow or pour out suddenly in large amounts: Water gushed out of the broken pipe.

gush verb (EXPRESS)

to express admiration, praise, or pleasure, in such a strong and enthusiastic way that it does not seem sincere: "This is the best party I’ve ever had," Taylor gushed. [I] Mom gushed over the baby.

gush

noun [U]  /ɡʌʃ/ us  
a sudden flow of water that pours out in large amounts: There was a gush of water from the hose.
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