Definition of pump (someone or something) full of (something)
- They pumped the balloon full of helium.
- She was pumped full of antibiotics/caffeine.
- He pulled out a gun and threatened to pump them full of bullets/lead.
: a device that raises, transfers, delivers, or compresses fluids or that attenuates gases especially by suction or pressure or both
: an act or the process of pumping
: to work a pump : raise or move a fluid with a pump
: to exert oneself to pump or as if to pump something
: to move in a manner that resembles the action of a pump handle
: a shoe that grips the foot chiefly at the toe and heel
: some person : somebody
: some indeterminate or unspecified thing
: some indeterminate amount more than a specified number
: a person or thing of consequence
: in some degree : somewhat
used as an intensive giving adverbial force to an adjective
: containing as much or as many as is possible or normal
: complete especially in detail, number, or duration
: lacking restraint, check, or qualification
: very, extremely
: straight, squarely
: the highest or fullest state or degree
: the utmost extent
: to become full
: to make full in sewing
: to shrink and thicken (woolen cloth) by moistening, heating, and pressing
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