English → English - effuse

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v. overflow, pour out, exude
v. effuse

English → Spanish - effuse

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v. verter; difundir, radiar; exudar, efluir

English → French - effuse

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v. s'épancher

English → German - effuse

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v. ausgießen, ausströmen

English → Indonesian - effuse

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v. mengeluarkan
a. mengeluarkan: yg mengeluarkan

English → Italian - effuse

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v. effondere, spargere; (fig) emanare, diffondere, irradiare

English → Polish - effuse

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v. wylać, wydzielać, śmigać, rozprzestrzeniać się, wylewać, wydzielić, śmignąć

English → Portuguese - effuse

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v. efundir, derramar

English → Romanian - effuse

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v. vărsa, revărsa, împrăştia, emite

English → Russian - effuse

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г. изливать, испускать, распространять

English → Turkish - effuse

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f. dışarı akıtmak, dökmek, sızdırmak, açılmak, sızmak, yayılmak
s. yayılmış, dağılmış

English → Ukrainian - effuse

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n. пролиття
v. проливати, виливати, литися, вивергати
a. виливатися: що виливається, невтримний

Italian → English - effuse

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[effondere] v. effuse

English → Dutch - effuse

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ww. overdaad, uitbundig

English → Greek - effuse

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ρήμ. εκχέω, εκχύνω

English → Arabic - effuse

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‏أراق‏

English → Chinese - effuse

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(动) 泻出; 散发; 流出

English → Chinese - effuse

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(動) 瀉出; 散發; 流出

English → Hindi - effuse

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v. बहाना
a. बहनेवाला

English → Japanese - effuse

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(動) 放出する; にじむ, しみでる; 流れ出る; やたらと話す

English → Korean - effuse

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동. 발산하다, 발산시키다

English → Vietnamese - effuse

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v. chảy ra, thổ lộ
a. đổ, rót ra

Definition of effuse

Pronunciation
Adjective
1. Poured out freely; profuse.
2. Disposed to pour out freely; prodigal.
3. Spreading loosely, especially on one side.
An effuse inflorescence
4. Having the lips, or edges, of the aperture abruptly spreading, as in certain shells.
Verb
5. To emit; to give off
6. To gush; to be excitedly talkative and enthusiastic about something
7. To pour out like a stream or freely; to cause to exude; to shed.
8. To leak out through a small hole
Noun
9. Effusion; loss
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Verb Forms

Present participle: effusing
Present: effuses
Past: effused
Future: will effuse
Present conditional: will effuse
Present Perfect: has effused
Past Perfect: had effused
Future Perfect: will have effused
Past conditional: will have effused
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