- 1. nouna) The sound made when a liquid is poured out of a jug or bottle.
"Pour a glug of bleach into the toilet for good infection control."b) The amount of liquid issued from a jug or bottle when the "glug" sound is heard.2. verbTo quickly swallow liquid.
He had glugged that glass of wine before she got a chance to introduce herself.
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glug — [ glʌg ] verb INFORMAL 1. ) intransitive or transitive if you glug a liquid or it glugs somewhere, you pour it somewhere quickly 2. ) transitive to drink something quickly … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
glug — [glug] vi. glugged, glugging [echoic] to make the muffled, gurgling sound of liquid flowing in spurts as from a bottle vt. to drink, esp. by taking large gulps of n. 1. a glugging sound 2. a large gulp of liquid … English World dictionary
glug — /glug/, v., glugged, glugging, n. v.i. 1. to make the sound of liquid pouring from a bottle. n. 2. such a sound. [1890 95; imit.] * * * … Universalium
glug — 1768, imitative of the sound of swallowing a drink, etc … Etymology dictionary
glug — sb., gen, ger, gerne (glughul; UFORMELT øje); luk gluggerne op! … Dansk ordbog
glug — informal ► VERB (glugged, glugging) ▪ pour or drink (liquid) with a hollow gurgling sound. ► NOUN ▪ a hollow gurgling sound. DERIVATIVES gluggable adjective. ORIGIN imitative … English terms dictionary
glug — UK [ɡlʌɡ] / US verb Word forms glug : present tense I/you/we/they glug he/she/it glugs present participle glugging past tense glugged past participle glugged informal 1) [intransitive/transitive] if you glug a liquid, or if it glugs somewhere,… … English dictionary
glug — [glag] n. a gulp or shot of liquor. □ Have another glug of this moonshine. □ I took one glug and spit it out … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
glug — glugg … Dictionary of ichthyology
glug — v. make a gurgling sound … English contemporary dictionary