- 1[intransitive] gush out of/from/into something gush out/in to flow or pour suddenly and quickly out of a hole in large amounts blood gushing from a wound Water gushed out of the pipe.
- 2[transitive] gush something (of a container, vehicle, etc.) to suddenly let out large amounts of a liquid The tanker was gushing oil. (figurative) She absolutely gushed enthusiasm.
- 3 [transitive, intransitive] (+ speech) (disapproving) to express so much praise or emotion about someone or something that it does not seem sincere “You are just gorgeous,” she gushed. The critics gushed with admiration for the novel.
NAmE//ɡʌʃ//Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they gush
he / she / it gushes
past simple gushed
-ing form gushing