|Origin:||Probably from Latin fluxus; FLUX|
a red colour that appears on your face when you are angry or embarrassed [= blush]: ➔ hot flush
redness on face[singular]CC
His words brought a warm flush to her face.
a sudden feeling of anger, embarrassment etc [= surge]:
She felt a sudden flush of anger.
the part of a toilet that cleans it with a sudden flow of water:
The flush isn't working properly.
the act of cleaning a toilet by forcing water through it
a set of cards that someone has in a card game that are all of the same suit
the beginning of a period of time when you are young etc:
a group of adolescent boys in the first flush of manhood
a large number of things that happen or arrive at the same time:
The spring brings a flush of young animals to the farm.