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  • EN [ pɔː(r)]
  • US [ pɔːr]

English definition


  • 1. cause to run;

    • "pour water over the floor"
  • 2. move in large numbers;

    • "people were pouring out of the theater"
    • "beggars pullulated in the plaza"
  • 3. pour out;

    • "the sommelier decanted the wines"
  • 4. flow in a spurt;

    • "Water poured all over the floor"
  • 5. supply in large amounts or quantities;

    • "We poured money into the education of our children"
  • 6. rain heavily;

    • "Put on your rain coat-- it's pouring outside!"

Example sentences

  • 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.

Phrase collocation

  • 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

Synonym discrimination

  • flow, run, stream, pour


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