Is there any word when we pour water into the glass, and we hear the sound produced within a bottle?
As I poured myself a drink, I listened to the water ______ into my empty glass.
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You can try glug.
glug (ɡlʌɡ) n
a word representing a gurgling sound, as of liquid being poured from a bottle or swallowed
Make a hollow bubbling sound like that made by water running out of a bottle.
Definition from Google. I like this word, it sounds a little less vulgar than glug.
burble verb 1. make a continuous murmuring noise. "the wind burbled at his ear" synonyms: gurgle, bubble, murmur, purr, whirr, drone, hum, rumble "two fountains were burbling outside"
Slosh - softer than splash, and also very applicable to drinks.
I personally would probably use the word cascade.
Verb 1. (of water) pour downward rapidly and in large quantities.
a."water was cascading down the stairs"
"rain cascaded from the roof"
synonyms: pour, gush, surge, spill, stream, flow, issue, spurt.
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