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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of pump.
- adj. : pumped up
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Out of breath; panting; breathless: sometimes with out.
- Provided with pumps; wearing pumps or low dress shoes.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. tense with excitement and enthusiasm as from a rush of adrenaline
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I love electronic music, but for the millions of dollars her label pumped into this, i’d be asking that downloadable music program Fruity Loops to look into how many of their instruments and sequencers were used without changing the sound, i mean her producers could have at least written the music rather than sampled pre-recorded synths.
A MUGA (MUltiple Gated Acquisition) scan is a test that evaluates the Left Ventricle Ejection Fraction (LVEF) which is the percent of blood being pumped from the left ventricle of the heart out to the body.
So I gave up and did a pink 5.7 route on the same rope that used to give me all the trouble in the world, and despite being totally pumped from the big wall I sailed up it, even playing with a couple of the hard moves.
No more oil is pumped from the ground because people want fake fur.
The plants are watered and fed with water pumped from the fish tank gushing from a pipe out over them.
Usually blood comes into the heart, is pumped to the lungs, where it picks up the oxygen needed to make the body function; it is then pumped back to the heart, where it is again pumped to the body.
When he made his winning birdie putt, he again pumped his arms in celebration.
I pumped from the time shortly after birth until 10 weeks later when I could no longer stand the pain.
Is he really going to be able to keep up with, much less overtake, a scared, adrenalin pumped teen?
Water flows into the aljibe and then is pumped from the aljibe up to the tinaco since the water pressure is probably not sufficient to force the water up to that third floor tinaco.
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