Sinónimos de flush en inglés:

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flush 1

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  • 1 he kissed her cheek and she flushed in embarrassment
    blush, redden, turn/go pink, turn/go red, turn/go crimson, turn/go scarlet, colour (up), change colour, crimson, tint, burn up
    archaic mantle
    [Antónimos] pale
  • 2 fruit helps to flush toxins from the body
    rinse (out), wash (out/down), sluice, swill, cleanse, clean, hose (down), swab
    British informal sloosh (down)
  • 3 one of the beaters was flushing birds from their hiding places
    drive, send up, chase, force, dislodge, expel, frighten, scare
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  • 1 a flush crept over her face
    [Antónimos] paleness
  • 2 in the first flush of manhood
    bloom, glow, freshness, radiance, vigour, rush
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    flush 2

    adjetivo

    informal
  • 1 the company was flush with cash
    well supplied with, replete with, overflowing with, bursting with, brimful with, brimming with, loaded with, overloaded with, abounding in, well provided with, well stocked with, rich in, abundant in, rife with;
    informal jam-packed with, chock-a-block with, chock-full of, awash with
    Australian/New Zealand informal chocker with
    [Antónimos] bereft of, low on
  • 2 the years when cash was flush
    plentiful, abundant, copious, ample, profuse, superabundant, infinite, inexhaustible, opulent, prolific, teeming, in abundance
    informal a gogo, galore
    South African informal lank
    literary bounteous, plenteous
    [Antónimos] lacking, low
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    Pronunciación: fɔːˈtɪsɪməʊ
    adverb
    (especially as a direction) very loud or loudly