English version

a flush of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha flush of somethinga flush of somethinga large number of things that happen or arrive at the same time The spring brings a flush of young animals to the farm. flush
Examples from the Corpus
a flush of somethingAlthough her face was pale it was lit by a flush of unmistakable triumph.In early June, a flush of tiger swallowtail butterflies has emerged and now sails on warm breezes over the brushy clearing.The bright blue eyes looked a bit bloodshot, and there was a flush of colour across the cheekbones.He still recalled, with a flush of shame, that first, all-important interview.
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