gluck definition

  • verb:
    • To move or trigger to flow in a noisy group of spurts, as when fluid is emptied through thin neck of a bottle.
    • To flow or trigger to move in a noisy a number of spurts, as when liquid is emptied through thin neck of a bottle.
    • To flow or cause to move in a noisy group of spurts, as when fluid is emptied through narrow neck of a bottle.
    • To flow or trigger to move in a noisy variety of spurts, as when liquid is emptied through narrow throat of a bottle.
    • To flow or cause to move in a noisy series of spurts, as when fluid is emptied through slim throat of a bottle.
    • To flow or trigger to move in a noisy series of spurts, as whenever liquid is emptied through the slim throat of a bottle.
    • To move or trigger to flow in a noisy number of spurts, as when liquid is emptied through narrow neck of a bottle.
    • To flow or cause to flow in a noisy variety of spurts, as whenever liquid is emptied through narrow throat of a bottle.
    • To move or trigger to move in a noisy group of spurts, as whenever fluid is emptied through the narrow neck of a bottle.
    • To flow or trigger to move in a noisy group of spurts, as whenever fluid is emptied through the thin neck of a bottle.
    • To flow or cause to move in a noisy group of spurts, as whenever fluid is emptied through slim neck of a bottle.

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