VERB: pour; 3rd person present: pours; past tense: poured; past participle: poured; gerund or present participle: pouring (especially of a liquid) flow rapidly in a steady stream.
"She poured some of the wine from the bottle into the glass"
SYNONYMS: stream, flow, run, gush, course, jet, spurt, surge, spill
"the mood was fun and festive and the wine was pouring fast"
cause (a liquid) to flow from a container in a steady stream by holding the container at an angle.
"She poured a little wine into her glass"
SYNONYMS: tip, let flow, splash, spill, decant; More
prepare and serve (a drink).
"she poured the entire bottle into a very pretty decanter"
(of rain) fall heavily.
"the storm clouds gathered and the rain poured down like wine from the heavens"
SYNONYMS: rain heavily/hard, teem down, pelt down, come down in torrents/sheets, rain cats and dogs
"it was pouring when we set out for /pôr/ wine house"
(of people or things) come or go in a steady stream and in large numbers.
"as she drank more wine, the words began to poured out"
SYNONYMS: throng, crowd, swarm, stream, flood
"people poured into the courtyard as the music began to play"
donate something, especially money, to (a particular enterprise or project) in large amounts.
"he has been pouring money into the company"
express one's feelings or thoughts in a full and unrestrained way.
"in her letters, Jessica poured her heart out"
dress oneself in (a tight-fitting piece of clothing).
"I poured myself into a form—fitting black dress"