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English definition of “flush”

flush

adjective
 
 
/flʌʃ/ informal
having a lot of money to spend at a particular time: A flush economy means there's more money for people to invest in property. If you're feeling flush you can always pay a bit more off your debt each month. In flush times, lenders relax credit standards.be flush with cash/money Firms are flush with cash and investing more.
be/feel flush with success/optimism, etc. to be very successful, have a lot of hope for the future, etc.: A rise in the price of corn means that many farmers are feeling flush with optimism.
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