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Glub vs. Glug

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Glubnoun

(informal) The sound of underwater bubbles, or of water bubbling (often used repetitively).

Glugnoun

The sound made when a significant amount of liquid is poured suddenly out of something, such as a jug or bottle.

Glubverb

(informal) To make a sound like underwater bubbling; to glug.

Glugnoun

(informal) The amount of liquid issued when the "glug" sound is heard.

‘Pour a glug of bleach into the toilet.’;

Glugverb

(intransitive) To flow in noisy bursts.

‘The water glugged down the sink.’;

Glugverb

To quickly swallow liquid.

‘He had glugged that glass of wine before she got a chance to introduce herself.’;

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Gluginterjection

The sound made when a significant amount of liquid is poured out of a jug, bottle, etc., or when such an amount is swallowed by a person.

Glugverb

make a gurgling sound as of liquid issuing from a bottle;

‘the wine bottles glugged’;

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