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Oxford dictionary definition of the word squirt:
[with object and adverbial of direction]
1cause (a liquid) to be ejected from a small opening in a thin, fast stream or jet:
she squirted soda into a glass
cause (a container of liquid) to eject its contents in a thin, fast stream:
some youngsters squirted a water pistol in her face
[with object] wet with a jet or stream of liquid:
she squirted me with scent
[no object, with adverbial of direction] (of a liquid) be ejected from something in a thin, fast stream:
tread on one of these and a jet of water squirts up your leg
[no object, with adverbial of direction] (of an object) move suddenly and unpredictably:
he got his glove on the ball but it squirted away
2transmit (information) in highly compressed or speeded-up form:
radio equipment could squirt a million words from one continent to another
1a thin stream or small quantity of liquid squirted from something:
a squirt of perfume
a small device from which a liquid may be squirted.
2 informal a puny or insignificant person:
what did he see in this patronizing little squirt?
3a compressed radio signal transmitted at high speed.
Middle English (as a verb): imitative