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Verb: pour  por
  1. Cause to run
    "pour water over the floor"
  2. Move in large numbers
    "people were pouring out of the theatre";
    - swarm, stream, teem, pullulate
  3. Gradually cause (a liquid) to flow out from a container (esp. leaving behind any sediment)
    "the sommelier poured the wines";
    - decant, pour out
  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!";
    - pelt, rain cats and dogs [informal], rain buckets [informal], belt down [informal], pelt down [informal], tip [Brit, informal], chuck it down [Brit, informal], chuck [Brit, informal], bucket [Brit, informal], teem [informal]

Sounds like: paw, poo

Derived forms: pouring, poured, pours

See also: pour down

Type of: course, crowd, crowd together, displace, feed, flow, furnish, move, offer, provide, rain, rain down, render, run, supply

Encyclopedia: Pour