There are 3 main translations of flush in Italian:

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flush 1

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

noun

  • 2 (surge) See examples:a flush of
    un impeto di
    (desire)
    un moto di
    (pride, pleasure, shame)
    un accesso, un impeto di
    (anger)
    un'ondata di
    (excitement)
    in the first flush of success, victory
    nell'ebbrezza del successo, della vittoria
    they were no longer in the first flush of youth

transitive verb

  • 1 (clean with water) See examples:to flush the toilet
    tirare l'acqua o lo sciacquone
    to flush something down the toilet
    buttare qualcosa nel gabinetto
    to flush (out) a pipe, drain with water
    spurgare un tubo di scarico, un canale di scolo con un getto d'acqua
  • 2 (colour) See examples:to flush somebody's cheeks, face
    arrossare le guance, il viso di qualcuno

intransitive verb

noun

  • (of birds)
    (il) levarsi in volo

transitive verb

  • 1 (rouse)
    fare alzare in volo
    (birds)

intransitive verb

  • (rouse)
    (birds)
    levarsi in volo

Phrasal verbs

flush away:

flush [something] away, flush away [something]
(waste, evidence)

flush out:

flush out [somebody, something]
(pest, rodent)
[figurative] (sniper, rebel, spy)
to flush somebody, something out of

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flush 2
British English: /flʌʃ/
American English: /fləʃ/

adjective

  • 1 (Engineering) (level) See examples:to be flush with
    essere a filo o a livello di
    (wall, work surface)

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flush 3
British English: /flʌʃ/
American English: /fləʃ/

noun

(Games)

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