Q: Back in a flush とはどういう意味ですか?
A: I'll be back in the blink of an eye.
Q: flush とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It depends on how it's being used.

The word flush as a noun could be similar to a blush, in that someone who is embarrassed has red cheeks and is considered to "have a flush" or "be flushed".

To use flush a verb, "to flush" is used when talking about a toilet. "Flush the toilet when you're done."

Flush can also be used as a describing word, if someone has a lot of money you can say they are "flush with cash" or if 2 items are in alignment you can say they are flush with each other: "The piece of paper is flush with the edge of the table."
Q: flush とはどういう意味ですか?
A: In this sentence, flush is used to show that he can make them go away like a toilet flushes down waste products. It isn't meant literally but he can get rid of bad guys in the same way.
Q: flush them out とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Means to get someone or something out from where they are hiding. Originally from bird hunting, but often times we use it to talk about criminals or bugs. ex: Light the building on fire to flush out the criminals.


Q: flush を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Don’t forget to flush the toilet after you use it.
Q: flush を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Flush can mean two things

Flush 1 - to clean something by letting a lot of water go through it example
“flush the toilet”
“ the nurse flushed out the catheter”

Flush 2 - a person’s skin or face turning red and/or hot because of feeling sick or strong emotion like embarrassed, angry, or nervous example
“Mr. Lee flushed angrily”
“ when her crush talked to her she was so nervous she flushed”
“Mina was so sick her face was all flushed”
Q: flush を使った例文を教えて下さい。
1) my money/opportunity/grades were flushed down the drain (something important and often not physical disappeared quickly)
2) her cheeks were flushed red from embarrassment
3) always flush the toilet after using it
3) when building a path, make sure the stones are flush so nobody trips (lined up perfectly, smooth on top and on sides)
4) I flushed the animal out of the house with noise (to force something, usually an animal or an enemy, to leave without touching them, like with noise, water, or gas)
5) after her promotion, she received a sudden flush of cash (large increase/amount of something)
Hope this helps!
Q: flush を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: The toilet had to be flushed three times as mom poured the porridge in by mistake.


Q: flush と blush はどう違いますか?
A: Flush and blush both mean for someone's cheeks/and or chest to get red/pink, but the difference is that flush can also be used as a word meaning to get rid of something by displacing it with liquid. For example:
"He blushed because he was embarrassed."
"Her cheeks flushed pink."
But also:
"He almost forgot to flush the toilet."
Hope this helps. :)
Q: flush と blush はどう違いますか?
A: They are completely different. Flush is what you do after you finish using a toilet, you flush it. Then blush is when your face goes red, you blush, or it is a makeup girls use to make their cheeks coloured.
Q: flush と blush はどう違いますか?
A: blush and flush are physically the same. however, blush is usually associated with embarrassment while flush is usually associated with a health condition.

A: He just looked at me, oh my god.
B: How cute, you're blushing!

My face is flush from the cold weather.
Q: flush と blush はどう違いますか?
A: @yijing573: Blush is used for when your cheeks become red because you're embarrassed. It is also the word for cheek reddening makeup.
Flushed is an adjective. It is used for describing one's face when they look exhausted, pale, or both.

Embarrassing memories of the past made the boy blush.

After running all day, the man's face looked flushed.

The girl was wearing bright red blush on her cheeks.


Q: flush は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?