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pour

verb /poː/
to (cause to) flow in a stream
verter, derramar; chorrear; manar, salir
She poured the milk into a bowl Water poured down the wall People were pouring out of the factory.
(only with itas subject) to rain heavily
llover a cántaros
It was pouring this morning.
(Definition of pour from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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