Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Gush"

The meaning of "Gush" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does to gush mean?
A: to be so excited, saying it excitedly
Q: What does gush out mean?
A: "Gush out" is usually used with liquids, like water. It means pour out, run out, flow out. For example, "The pipe is broken and the water is gushing out. The whole place is flooded!"
Q: What does gush mean?
A: Gush means to rush or flow quickly.

He couldn't stop gushing about the gossip he heard.

The fire hydrant kept gushing water.
Q: What does gush mean?
A: Some kind of liquid flows out. Like "blood gushes from his head"
Q: What does "gush forth" mean?
A: It means that a liquid (normally blood or water) is flowing so fast that it is extreme. It is used as a verb. Example) The water gushes forth. The blood gushes out of his nose.

Example sentences using "Gush"

Q: Please show me example sentences with gushing.
A: #1: liquid pouring out; a stream of liquid

Examples:
“Blood was gushing from the bullet wound.”
“The water was gushing out of the break in the dam.”

#2: speak excitedly about something

Examples:
“She must have had a good date last night. She was absolutely gushing about him.”
“I loved his new book! I was gushing about it for hours!”
Q: Please show me example sentences with gush over .
A: I don’t mean to gush over you, but I think you’re fantastic!
Q: Please show me example sentences with gushing.
A: I popped my pimple and pus came gushing out😂🤮


When you squeeze a water bottle water will come gushing out

Synonyms of "Gush" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between to gush over and to get over ?
A: Past tense of gush over, "gush over" means to admire someone a lot and speak about them highly
Q: What is the difference between gush and spurt ?
A: gush & spurt are basically the same thing.
Q: What is the difference between gush and erupt ?
A: Using the two could suggest different things for example: 'Blood gushed from the wound'. That would suggest a lot of blood is coming from the wound. 'Blood erupted from the wound' would suggest that as the wound opened blood rushed out, unlike gushed erupted suggests a more short term affect. In a non-fiction text, examples could be: 'Lava erupted from the volcano' eruptions are mostly used for explosions, it quickly came out and won't withstand as long as if it gushed. 'Lava gushed out of the volcano' would suggest that it is constantly pouring out but erupted would generally be used when it started, as the volcano starts to erupt gushed would be used after the volcano erupts.

Translations of "Gush"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? gush over
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Other questions about "Gush"

Q: A: Oh my gush, there was a big cockroach around the garbage dump.
B: Don't get freaked out. Okay, I'll kill it with a spray. does this sound natural?
A: ‎A: Oh my gosh, there was a big cockroach around the garbage dump.
B: Don't get freaked out. I'll kill it with a spray.

removed the "okay" cos it doesn't really fit in the context of the conversation but it's up to you (:
Q: Oh my gush, what I said was completely wrong. I was way off. does this sound natural?
A: "Gush" should be spelled "gosh"! 😄

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