Definition of water gun in English:

water gun

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noun

North American
A water pistol.
More example sentences
  • As soon as you see the younger cat approaching the older one ‘in that way,’ squirt him with a water gun or plant sprayer or make a loud noise using a whistle or an empty soda can with six or seven pennies inside.
  • There wasn't anything wrong with Kris, I mean, besides the fact that he continuously squirted us with a water gun as children.
  • A boy about ten years of age ran to a group of three boys and squirted water from his water gun, wetting them.

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