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flush

noun /flaʃ/
a flow of blood to the face, making it red
rubor
A slow flush covered her face.
(the device that works) a rush of water which cleans a toilet
cisterna
(also adjective) a flush toilet.
flushed adjective red in the face
sonrojado
You look very flushed.
(in) the first flush of (in) the early stages of (something) when a person is feeling fresh, strong, enthusiastic etc
en la euforia de
in the first flush of youth.
(Definition of flush from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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