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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of slush around

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of slush around:
/slʌʃ ɹ̩awnd/

Derived Form of slush

plural: slushes
third person: slushes
past: slushed
past participle: slushed
present participle: slushing
partially melted snow
Type ofH2O, water,
make a splashing sound
  1. water was splashing on the floor
Synonymssplash, splosh, slosh,
Type ofgo, sound,
spill or splash copiously or clumsily
  1. slosh paint all over the walls
Synonymsslosh, slosh around, slush around,
Type ofplash, spatter, splash, splatter, splosh, swash,
in the area or vicinity
  1. a few spectators standing about
  2. hanging around
  3. waited around for the next flight
by a circular or circuitous route
  1. He came all the way around the base
  2. the road goes around the pond
used of movement to or among many different places or in no particular direction
  1. wandering about with no place to go
  2. people were rushing about
  3. news gets around (or about)
  4. traveled around in Asia
  5. he needs advice from someone who's been around
  6. she sleeps around
in a circle or circular motion
  1. The wheels are spinning around
(of quantities) imprecise but fairly close to correct
  1. lasted approximately an hour
  2. in just about a minute
  3. he's about 30 years old
  4. I've had about all I can stand
  5. we meet about once a month
  6. some forty people came
  7. weighs around a hundred pounds
  8. roughly $3,000
  9. holds 3 gallons, more or less
  10. 20 or so people were at the party
Synonymsapproximately, about, close to, just about, some, roughly, more or less, or so,
in or to a reversed position or direction
  1. about face
  2. suddenly she turned around
to a particular destination either specified or understood
  1. she came around to see me
  2. I invited them around for supper
all around or on all sides
  1. dirty clothes lying around (or about)
  2. let's look about for help
  3. There were trees growing all around
  4. she looked around her
in circumference
  1. the trunk is ten feet around
  2. the pond is two miles around
from beginning to end; throughout
  1. It rains all year round on Skye
  2. frigid weather the year around
to or among many different places or in no particular direction
approximately (especially of a date)

slush around on Youtube

  1. I have not had slush in a wile goodness I miss slush and I have been sticking
  2. That's me a nice calm slush open today. Go get some undies you'll look fabulous in and out of them wink
  3. Yes hidden, or slush younger luckily. It was still working now
  4. a brand new Pickle Juice Slush in June.
  5. He also said, Nothing says summer like a Sonic Slush.
  6. of the Pickle Juice Slush from Sonic
  7. So as a pickle man, I can definitely recommend the Pickle Slush.
  8. even weirder slush flavors.
  9. It's like soy sauce. Ugh. Soy sauce slush.
  10. - Soy Slush! - Stevie: You ready to guess?
  11. - It's not Soy Slush? - I'm gonna three-two-one,
  12. - Soy slush. Soy sauce. - No, it's not soy.
  13. - Teriyaki slush. - So close, so close.
  14. - It's duck sauce. - Sweet and sour. Sweet and sour slush.
  15. completely covered with the pineapple slush. Now that it's ready all there's
  16. slush that drifted out to sea.
  17. that can slush any sweet drink yes
  18. or you can add flavor enchancers to your water and make a cool flavored slush.
  19. a Mountain Dew slush?
  20. Is it too early for a Mountain Dew Slush?