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Pronunciation of Pours: Learn how to pronounce Pours in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word pour:

[no object, with adverbial of direction]
1flow rapidly in a steady stream:
water poured off the roof
words poured from his mouth
[with object and adverbial of direction] cause (a liquid) to flow from a container in a steady stream:
she poured a little whisky into a glass
the remaining liquid is poured out
[with object] prepare and serve (a drink):
he poured a cup of coffee
[with two objects]:
Harry poured her a drink
[with object] (pour something into) contribute money to (an enterprise or project) in copious amounts:
Belgium has been pouring money into the company
[with object] (pour something out) express one’s feelings in an unrestrained way:
in his letters, Edward poured out his hopes
[with object] (pour oneself into) humorous (of a woman) put on (a tight-fitting garment):
I poured myself into a short Lycra skirt
2 [no object] (of rain) fall heavily:
the storm clouds gathered and the rain poured down
it’s pouring with rain
3come or go in a steady stream and in large numbers:
people poured out of the train
it never rains but it pours
proverb misfortunes or difficult situations tend to follow each other in rapid succession or to arrive all at the same time.
pour cold water on
see cold.
pour it on
North American informal progress or work quickly or with all one’s energy:
we really poured it on as the season progressed
pour oil on troubled waters
try to settle a disagreement or dispute with words intended to placate or pacify those involved.
pour scorn on
see scorn.
Middle English: of unknown origin