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flush

  
[2]  
      adj   usually postpositive  
1    level or even with another surface  
2    directly adjacent; continuous  
3    Informal   having plenty of money  
4    Informal   abundant or plentiful, as money  
5    full of vigour  
6    full to the brim or to the point of overflowing  
7      (Printing)   having an even margin, right or left, with no indentations  
8    (of a blow) accurately delivered  
9    (of a vessel) having no superstructure built above the flat level of the deck  
      adv  
10    so as to be level or even  
11    directly or squarely  
      vb   tr  
12    to cause (surfaces) to be on the same level or in the same plane  
13    to enrich the diet of (a ewe) during the breeding season  
      n  
14    a period of fresh growth of leaves, shoots, etc.  
     (C18: probably from flush1 (in the sense: spring out))  
  flushness      n  
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flush   [1]  
      vb  
1    to blush or cause to blush  
2    to flow or flood or cause to flow or flood with or as if with water  
3    to glow or shine or cause to glow or shine with a rosy colour  
4    to send a volume of water quickly through (a pipe, channel, etc.) or into (a toilet) for the purpose of cleansing, emptying, etc.  
5    to cause (soluble substances in the soil) to be washed towards the surface, as by the action of underground springs, or (of such substances) to be washed towards the soil surface  
6    tr; usually passive   to excite or elate  
      n  
7    a rosy colour, esp. in the cheeks; blush  
8    a sudden flow or gush, as of water  
9    a feeling of excitement or elation  
the flush of success     
10    early bloom; freshness  
the flush of youth     
11    redness of the skin, esp. of the face, as from the effects of a fever, alcohol, etc.  
12      (Ecology)   an area of boggy land fed by ground water  
      adj  
13    having a ruddy or heightened colour  
     (C16 (in the sense: to gush forth): perhaps from flush3)  
  flusher      n  

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flush   [3]  
      vb   tr   to rouse (game, wild creatures, etc.) and put to flight  
     (C13 flusshen, perhaps of imitative origin)  

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flush   [4]  
      n   (in poker and similar games) a hand containing only one suit  
     (C16: from Old French flus, from Latin fluxus flux)  

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flush

  
[1]  
      vb  
1    blush, burn, colour, colour up, crimson, flame, glow, go as red as a beetroot, go red, redden, suffuse  
      n  
2    bloom, blush, colour, freshness, glow, redness, rosiness  
      vb  
3    cleanse, douche, drench, eject, expel, flood, hose down, rinse out, swab, syringe, wash out  

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flush   [2]  
      adj  
1    even, flat, level, plane, square, true  
2    abundant, affluent, full, generous, lavish, liberal, overflowing, prodigal  
3      (informal)   in funds, in the money     (informal)   moneyed, rich, rolling     (slang)   wealthy, well-heeled     (informal)   well-off, well-supplied  
      adv  
4    even with, hard against, in contact with, level with, squarely, touching  

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flush   [3]  
      vb   discover, disturb, drive out, put to flight, rouse, start, uncover  

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! flush pin exp.
perno a ras
Se usa para describir un calibre por atributos

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