There are 4 main translations of flush in German:

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flush 1

British English: /flʌʃ/
American English: /fləʃ/

intransitive verb

  • (blush)
    with vor + Dat.
    flush hotly/bright red
    puterrot/knallrot anlaufen od. werden

transitive verb

noun

  • 1 (blush)
    Erröten, das
    (in fever, menopause)
    Flush, der
    (Medicine)
    fliegende Hitze
    (glow of light or colour)
    Glühen, das
    hot flushes
    Hitzewallungen
  • 2 (elation) See examples:in the [first] flush of victory or conquest
    im [ersten] Siegestaumel
    flush of excitement
    Woge der Begeisterung
    flush of enthusiasm
    Begeisterungstaumel, der
  • 3
    (bloom, vigour)
    Blüte, die
    [formal]
    in the first flush of youth/romance
    in der ersten Blüte der Jugend/in der ersten Liebesglut
  • 5
    (sudden abundance)
    Flut, die

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flush 2

adjective

  • 1
    (level)
    be flush with something
    mit etwas bündig abschließen
    (horizontally)
    auf gleicher Ebene mit etwas liegen
  • 2usu. pred.
    (plentiful)
    reichlich vorhanden od. im Umlauf
    (Geld)
    be flush [with money]
    gut bei Kasse sein
    [colloquial]

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flush 3

transitive verb

Phrasal verbs

flush out

transitive verb
[figurative] (Spion, Verbrecher)

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flush 4

noun

  • (in cards)
    (Karten derselben Farbe)
    (in poker)
    Flush, der

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