derramar, verter, entornar, despejar, vazar, fluir, chover, emanar, emitir, incutir, baldearchuva torrencial
Verb(1) cause to run(2) move in large numbers(3) pour out(4) flow in a spurt(5) supply in large amounts or quantities(6) rain heavily
(1) ├ö├ç├┐I work hard and rather than buy a new house or car I like to pour my money into my passion, which is trains,├ö├ç├û said Pete.(2) You had to pour your own money into this film to get it going.(3) They have warned offenders that officers will pour the drink down the drain, as well as contacting their parents.(4) Letters pour in from around the world offering condolences and support.(5) Maybe they'd want to pour the money into world travel or political activism or the charity of their choice or a really nice ride.(6) But water also seemed to pour in from higher up, causing it to flow down Doomgate and into Chapel Street where it flooded homes.(7) However, if you add milk to the cup first and pour tea on top, the milk will be more gradually diluted in the hot water, cooling the tea bit by bit as it is added and will therefore rise in temperature more slowly.(8) Why, for example, did professional money managers pour funds into the stocks of Internet companies that had no profits and no prospects?(9) I drop two lumps of brown sugar into my cup and pour the coffee and milk in together.(10) To serve, pour the tea from high above the glasses to aerate and amplify the character of the tea and garnish with mint.(11) She felt something press against her lips, and cool water began to pour into her mouth.(12) They pour their money into primaries and try to influence the GOP outcome.(13) The appeal has now reached Ôö¼├║350,000 and hundreds of letters are pouring in each day offering donations and support.(14) She laid a hand on his arm, stilling the flood of jumbled thoughts and rambling words that poured from his mouth.(15) A thin stream of water poured into it, stopping when the glass was full.(16) The letters began pouring in, giving me a broader picture of this phenomenon.
(1) to pour :: para derramar
(2) pour out :: derramarei
(3) pour down :: despejar
(4) pour in :: derramar
(5) pour into :: despeje em
(6) pour over :: despeje sobre
(7) pour water :: derramar água
(8) pour off :: deitar fora
(9) pour away :: derramar
(10) pour on :: derramar sobre
1. stream ::
2. tip ::
4. throng ::
5. rain cats and dogs ::
6. teem ::
7. pour out ::
pour, poured, pouring, pourings, pours
Word Example from TV Shows
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Pour 2.5 milligrams of dioxin
into the old lady’s coffee,
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 13
and told me to POUR them into Jon's wine,
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 5
Shut your mouth and POUR us more ale,
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 1
I've come to POUR them out to
the sympathetic ear of the local barkeep.
The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 7
it'll just POUR out of his nose.
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 11
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