Translation of spurt in Spanish:
- 1.1 (of speed, activity) See examples: she works in spurtsa final spurt won him the racetrabaja por rachasto put on a spurtcon un esfuerzo or (e)sprint final, ganó la carrera1.2 (jet) spurts of flamepisar el aceleradorllamaradas (feminine plural) (de fuego)Example sentences
- A sudden spurt of blood erupted from my nose, covering my white T-shirt in blood.
- I could see clearly the spurt of blood that gushed out on to his ear and dripped down his cheek.
- She choked, coughing up thin spurts of blood.
- 1.1(runner)1.2(liquid/steam)salir a chorrosExample sentences
- A stream of blood spurted out of his nose.
- He stood clutching his neck, blood spurting out in pumps, a look of shock upon his face.
- The stream of water that spurted from the hose did less to douse the fire than it did to fan the flames with its accompanying rush of air.
- As further finds suggested Cairn had stumbled on almost a billion barrels of oil, the company's shares spurted from about £3 to £15.
- On entering Henry Street, the car's engine revs, it spurts forward and the driver appears to lose control momentarily.
- Year-on-year growth in output per worker spurted to 2.9 % in the second quarter.
- (liquid)Example sentences
- Then the pipes started to shudder, the faucet spurting dirty water into the soap-filled sink.
- Families come carrying picnic baskets, couples stroll holding hands, mothers push babies in prams, some people simply watch birds and others stand to marvel at the fountain spurting water.
- The lake's remarkable centerpiece is a massive, yet elegant fountain that spurts water as high as 36 feet into the air.
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