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verb [I]  /dʒel/ (-ll-) ( also gel) us  
(of a substance) to change from a liquid to a partly solid state, or (of ideas or plans) to become more clear and certain: Refrigerate the mixture till it jells. I’ll let you know as soon as our plans jell.
Translations of “jell”
in Chinese (Traditional) 形成膠質,膠凝…
in Chinese (Simplified) 形成胶体,胶凝…
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