English version

slush in Meteorology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishslushslush /slʌʃ/ noun 🔊 🔊 1 [uncountable]HEM partly melted snow 🔊 Children were sliding around in the snow and slush.2 [uncountable] informalEMOTIONAL feelings or stories that seem silly because they are too romantic 🔊 sentimental slush3 [countable, uncountable] especially American EnglishDFD a drink made with crushed ice and a sweet liquid 🔊 cherry slush —slushy adjective
Examples from the Corpus
slush• This impressed me, for there is nothing more penetrating than snow and slush.• Outside there was snow and slush along the streets and sidewalks.• He put a tentative arm up; instantly one pulled over, in a rolling wave of black slush.• Everything had melted into brown slush within a few hours.• a cherry slush• Semi-conscious, he slid slowly down, his feet and legs sinking into the freezing slush at the bottom.• After a whole day there was just a thin layer of muddy slush.• Sprinkle the minimum amount of salt needed to lower the freezing point of water from slippery ice to safer mushy slush.• This is a love story, with a lot more going for it than slush and mush.