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squirt

verb
 
 
/skwɜːt/ US  /skwɝːt/
[I or T, usually + adv/prep] (to force a liquid) to flow out through a narrow opening in a fast stream
(使)(液体)喷射,喷涌
He squirted some tomato sauce on his burger.
他往自己的汉堡上挤了些西红柿沙司。
There was a leak in one of the pipes and water was squirting out all over the kitchen floor.
有一根管子漏了,厨房地上喷得到处都是水。
Movement of liquids
[T] to hit someone or something with a liquid or gas
(用液体或气体)向…喷射
She was squirting the neighbours with a water pistol.
她在用玩具水枪朝邻居们喷水。
Movement of liquids
(Definition of squirt verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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