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pour /pɔː $ pɔːr/ verb


جاری شدن یا ساختن ، تراوش بوسیله ریزش ، مقدار ریزپ چیزی ، ریزش بلا انقطاع ومسلسل ، ریختن ، روان ساختن ، پاشیدن ، افشاندن ، جاری شدن ، باریدن ، علوم مهندسی: پاشیدن
pour
[verb]
Synonyms:
- flow, course, emit, gush, run, rush, spew, spout, stream
- let flow, decant, spill, splash
- rain, bucket down (informal), pelt (down), teem
- stream, crowd, swarm, teem, throng
Related Idioms: come down in buckets (or torrents), rain cats and dogs
Related Words: issue, proceed, spring, course, rill, run, rush, swarm, cascade, cataract, deluge, flood, inundate, beat, stream
English Thesaurus: flow, run, come out, pour, gush, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

pour S2 W3 /pɔː $ pɔːr/ verb
[Date: 1200-1300; Origin: Perhaps from French dialect purer, from Latin purus; pure]

1.
LIQUID [transitive] to make a liquid or other substance flow out of or into a container by holding it at an angle:
She poured coffee for everyone.
pour something into/out/down etc (something)
Pour the oil into a frying pan and heat.
pour something away (=get rid of something)
The wine was so bad I just poured it away.
pour somebody something
Why don’t you pour yourself another drink?

2. LIQUID/SMOKE [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] if a lot of liquid or smoke pours out, it comes out from somewhere in very large amounts
pour from/down/out
Smoke was pouring out of the upstairs windows.
Blood was pouring from his nose.

3. RAIN [intransitive] (also pour down) to rain heavily without stopping:
It’s pouring now.
It poured all night.
it’s pouring with rain/it poured with rain British English:
It was pouring down with rain at three o'clock.

4. PEOPLE OR THINGS [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] if a lot of people or things pour into or out of a place, a lot of them arrive or leave at the same time
pour into/out of/from etc
The crowds began pouring out of the stadium.
Offers of help poured in from all over the country.

5. LIGHT [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] if light is pouring into or out of a place, a lot of light is coming in or out
pour into/out of
Light was pouring into the courtyard.

6. pour cold water over/on something to criticize someone’s plan, idea, or desire to do something so much that they no longer feel excited about it

7. pour scorn on somebody/something to say that something or someone is stupid and not worth considering

8. pour oil on troubled waters to try to stop a quarrel, for example by talking to people and making them calmer

9. pour it on
a) to behave or talk in a particular way in order to make people like you or feel sorry for you
b) American English informal to try very hard in order to do something, especially in order to win a game:
The Raiders really poured it on in the second quarter.

10. pour on the charm to behave in a very nice and polite way, in order to make someone like you
pour out your heart/soul (=tell someone all your feelings, including your most secret ones)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

pour
verb
ADV. carefully | deliberately | quickly | gradually, slowly | out Helen poured out two stiff drinks.
PREP. from, into, on, onto, out of, over Pour the sauce over the pasta.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

pour
pɔ:
See: it never rains but it pours

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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