spout Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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spoutverb [I/T]

 us   /spɑʊt/

spout verb [I/T] (FLOW)

to send out liquid or flames quickly and with force, or of liquid or flame to flow quickly: [T] The volcano spouted flames and red-hot rocks.

spout verb [I/T] (SPEAK)

to say or repeat something, often in a way that is annoying for other people: [T] The man was spouting nonsense about people trying to spy on him.

spoutnoun [C]

 us   /spɑʊt/

spout noun [C] (OPENING)

a tube-shaped opening that allows liquids to be poured out of a container: Fruit is put into the blender and juice comes out the spout.
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