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flush in Cleaning topic

flushflush2 noun πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 redness on face [singular]CC a red colour that appears on your face when you are angry or embarrassed syn blush πŸ”Š His words brought a warm flush to her face. β†’ hot flush2 β†’ a flush of anger/embarrassment/excitement etc3 toilet [countable] a) the part of a toilet that cleans it with a sudden flow of water πŸ”Š The flush isn’t working properly. b) the act of cleaning a toilet by forcing water through it4 DGCcards [countable] a set of cards that someone has in a card game that are all of the same suit5 β†’ the first flush of youth/manhood6 β†’ a flush of something
Examples from the Corpus
flushβ€’ Britain now, on the international stage, is a busted flush.β€’ And what young man is beyond such indulgences in the early flush of being the recipient of a woman such as Marie-Claude?β€’ Pick off just the first flush of flowers from the ever-bearing kinds.β€’ I see the rictus and an entirely gratuitous glowing flush on her throat.β€’ The hectic flush on Isabel's face gradually faded as she watched fitzAlan leave.β€’ The total number of flushes to date is 202,063, with one in five a freebie.β€’ The average toilet uses 5 gallons of water per flush.β€’ It doesn't contain water, but makes an authentic-sounding flush.β€’ The flush of the olive cheek.