Meaning of “slush” in the English Dictionary

"slush" in British English

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uk /slʌʃ/ us /slʌʃ/

slush noun (SNOW)

[ U ] snow that is lying on the ground and has started to melt

[ C or U ] mainly US a thick drink made from crushed ice and a sweet liquid:

a cherry/cola slush


[ U ] language or writing that is too emotional and romantic and does not have any real importance or meaning

(Definition of “slush” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"slush" in American English

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slushnoun [ U ]

us /slʌʃ/

snow or ice that has started to melt:

The city’s streets were covered with dirty, gray slush.
adjective us /ˈslʌʃ·i/

Slushy snow can be very slippery.

(Definition of “slush” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)