verb (used without object)
to eject liquid in a jet from a narrow orifice:
The hose squirted all over us.
to eject a spurt of liquid:
The lemon squirted in my eye.
verb (used with object)
to cause (liquid or a viscous substance) to spurt or issue in a jet, as from a narrow orifice:
Squirt the water over that way!
to wet or bespatter with a liquid or viscous substance so ejected:
to squirt someone with a hose.
the act of squirting.
a spurt or jetlike stream, as of water.
a small quantity of liquid or viscous substance squirted:
Put a squirt of chocolate sauce on my ice cream.
a youngster, especially a meddlesome or impudent one.
a short person.
an insignificant, self-assertive person, especially one who is small or young.
an instrument for squirting, as a syringe.
Usually, squirts. Dialect. diarrhea.
to force (a liquid) or (of a liquid) to be forced out of a narrow opening
(transitive) to cover or spatter with liquid so ejected
a jet or amount of liquid so ejected
the act or an instance of squirting
an instrument used for squirting
a person regarded as insignificant or contemptible
a short person
noun 1. spray gun. 2. water pistol. noun 1. (US & Canadian) another name for water pistol
noun 1. a Mediterranean plant, Ecballium elaterium, of the gourd family, whose ripened fruit forcibly ejects the seeds and juice. squirting cucumber noun 1. a hairy cucurbitaceous plant, Ecballium elaterium, of the Mediterranean region, having a fruit that discharges its seeds explosively when ripe
verb (used without object) 1. to eject liquid in a jet from a narrow orifice: The hose squirted all over us. 2. to eject a spurt of liquid: The lemon squirted in my eye. verb (used with object) 3. to cause (liquid or a viscous substance) to spurt or issue in a jet, as from […]
- Squirt the bird
jargon, communications To transmit a signal up to a satellite. “Crew and talent are ready, what time do we squirt the bird?” (1997-04-29)