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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.
slushy
adjective  us   /ˈslʌʃ·i/
Slushy ​snow can be very ​slippery.
(Definition of slush from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







"slush" in British English

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slushnoun

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 ​thickdrink made from ​crushedice and a ​sweetliquid: a ​cherry/​cola slush
  • slush noun (ROMANTIC LANGUAGE)

[U] language or writing that is too ​emotional and ​romantic and does not have any ​realimportance or ​meaning
(Definition of slush from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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