spurts

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plural of spurt
spurt
Any sudden but not prolonged action

The boss's visit prompted a brief spurt of activity.

spurt
A brief gush, as of liquid spurting from an orifice or a cut/wound

a spurt of water; a spurt of blood.

spurt
To rush from a confined place in a small stream or jet

With that he pulled open his shirt, and with his long sharp nails opened a vein in his breast. When the blood began to spurt out, he took my hands in one of his, holding them tight, and with the other seized my neck and pressed my mouth to the wound, so that I must either suffocate or swallow some to the . . . Oh, my God! My God! What have I done?.

spurt
Ejaculation of semen
spurt
To cause to gush out suddenly or violently in a stream or jet
spurt
To make a strong effort for a short period of time

The runners spurted to the last lap as if they had extracted new energy from the applauds of the audience.

spurt
{n} a quick stream, start, sudden fit, hurry
spurt
{v} to fly or throw out in a quick stream
spurt
gush forth in a sudden stream or jet; "water gushed forth"
spurt
gush forth in a sudden stream or jet; "water gushed forth
spurt
A sudden outbreak; as, a spurt of jealousy
spurt
the occurrence of a sudden discharge (as of liquid)
spurt
If someone or something spurts somewhere, they suddenly increase their speed for a short while in order to get there. The back wheels spun and the van spurted up the last few feet
spurt
A sudden and energetic effort, as in an emergency; an increased exertion for a brief space
spurt
A brief gush, as of liquid spurting from an orifice
spurt
To throw out, as a liquid, in a stream or jet; to drive or force out with violence, as a liquid from a pipe or small orifice; as, to spurt water from the mouth
spurt
To gush or issue suddenly or violently out in a stream, as liquor from a cask; to rush from a confined place in a small stream or jet; to spirt
spurt
{i} forcible gush; sudden outburst; stream, jet, squirt; marked increase of effort for a short time
spurt
A spurt of liquid is a stream of it which comes out of something very forcefully. A spurt of diesel came from one valve and none from the other. = jet
spurt
{f} gush out suddenly and forcibly, spout, squirt, jet, burst, surge; make an increased effort for a short period of time
spurt
A sudden or violent ejection or gushing of a liquid, as of water from a tube, orifice, or other confined place, or of blood from a wound; a jet; a spirt
spurt
move or act with a sudden increase in speed or energy
spurt
A shoot; a bud
spurt
Fig
spurt
When liquid or fire spurts from somewhere, or when something spurts liquid or fire, it comes out quickly in a thin, powerful stream. They spurted blood all over me. I nearly passed out a fountain that spurts water nine stories high I saw flames spurt from the roof. Spurt out means the same as spurt. When the washing machine spurts out water at least we can mop it up Wear eye protection when opening the container, since it's so easy for contents to spurt out
spurt
If something happens in spurts, there are periods of activity followed by periods in which it does not happen. The deals came in spurts: three in 1977, none in 1978, three more in 1979
spurt
To make a sudden and violent exertion, as in an emergency
spurt
A spurt of activity, effort, or emotion is a sudden, brief period of intense activity, effort, or emotion. At adolescence, muscles go through a growth spurt = surge
spurts

    Türkische aussprache

    spırts

    Aussprache

    /ˈspərts/ /ˈspɜrts/

    Etymologie

    [ 'sp&rt ] (verb.) 1570. perhaps akin to Middle High German spürzen to spit, Old English -sprutan to sprout; more at SPROUT.

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