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1spout/ˈspaʊt/verb
spoutsspoutedspouting
1spout
/ˈspaʊt/
verb
spoutsspoutedspouting
Learner's definition of SPOUT  
[+ object]  : to shoot out (a liquid) with force
   b  [no object]  : to flow out with force
: to say or talk about (something) in a way that is boring or annoying
[+ object]
— often + off
[no object]
— often + off
2spout/ˈspaʊt/noun
pluralspouts
2spout
/ˈspaʊt/
noun
pluralspouts
Learner's definition of SPOUT  
[count]
: a tube, pipe, or hole out of which a liquid flows
— see also downspout, waterspout
: a sudden strong stream of liquid

up the spout

British, informal
— used to describe something that has completely failed, been ruined, etc.
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