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;
Pour her a glass of wine.
He was so worried that sweat began to pour down his face.
Pour milk out of the bottle into the glass.
Pour it on, boys, and we'll soon have the job done!
The fight between the boys had become so fierce that the teacher had to come out to pour oil on troubled waters.
The glass will crack if you pour boiling water into it.
Pour the dregs away and rinse the pot.
A cement mixer agitates the cement until it is ready to pour.
We must not pour cold water on their enthusiasm.
He spoke calmly to them trying to pour oil on troubled waters but it was useless.
Oh, it's going to pour with rain. Let's run for shelter.
I know she was good, but was there any need to pour it on like that?
We listened to him pour out his troubles.
Better pour it on if you're to catch your plane!
Pour a little more milk in.
Please pour me a jolt of whisky.
There was a gust of wind and then it began to pour.
Pour a pool of sauce on two plates and arrange the meat neatly.
Place the sliced pork fillet on top and pour a little sauce over it.
Pour in some of the syrup, but not all of it, as it will probably overflow.
Stir the sauce and pour it over the top.
The French crowds pour like lemmings down the motorway to Paris.
I used to pour time and energy into projects that were doomed from the start.
Heat this syrup and pour it over.
She hurried away to pour more coffee and tend to the grill.
Gradually pour the liquid into the flour, working it in carefully with a wooden spoon.
It is fashionable these days to pour scorn on those in public life.
City economists pour cold water on the idea that the economic recovery has begun.
it never rains but it pours
(proverb)misfortunes or difficult situations tend to follow each other in rapid succession or to arrive all at the same time
pour cold water on
pour it on
(N. Amer. informal)progress or work quickly or with all one's energy
pour oil on troubled waters
try to settle a disagreement or dispute with words intended to placate or pacify those involved
pour scorn on
flow, run, stream, pour
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