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gel

noun [U]  /dʒel/ us  

gel

verb [I]  /dʒel/ (-ll-) us  
(of a liquid) to become thick: As the pudding cooled, it began to gel.
Translations of “gel”
in Spanish gel…
in Korean 젤…
in Arabic هُلام…
in Portuguese gel (de banho/de cabelo)…
in Catalan gel…
in Japanese ジェル…
in Italian gel…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指用於洗髮或護膚的)凝膠,凍膠…
in Russian гель…
in Turkish jel, jöle…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指用于洗发或护肤的)凝胶,冻胶…
in Polish żel…
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