glug

[gluhg]
verb (used without object), glugged, glugging.
1.
to make the sound of liquid pouring from a bottle.
noun
2.
such a sound.

Origin:
1890–95; imitative

glögg, glug.
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glug (ɡlʌɡ)
 
n
a word representing a gurgling sound, as of liquid being poured from a bottle or swallowed
 
[C19: of imitative origin]

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glug
1768, imitative of the sound of swallowing a drink, etc.
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glug definition

[gləg]
  1. n.
    a gulp or shot of liquor. : I took one glug and spit it out.
Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions by Richard A. Spears.Fourth Edition.
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Example sentences
If you need more fat, add a glug from your reserves or use a bit of olive oil.
Or to glug down some glucose to fix an energy deficit after prolonged activity.
The geometry of the jug and cooler equipment and the rate of water flow all play a role in the glug-glug bubbles in the jug.
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