pour in

This page is about the phrasal verb pour in.

Meaning: to arrive at or enter a place in great numbers and with great speed or force

Synonym: stream in

For example:

  • pour in As soon as the doors opened, the waiting shoppers poured in and ran for the bargain bins.

  • pour in Applications for the government's new low-interest student loans have been pouring in.

Quick Quiz:

After he advertised his car on the internet, offers to buy it poured in and

a. he soon sold it

b. he's still waiting for an offer

c. he's had to lower the price

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