rubbery Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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rubberyadjective

 us   /ˈrʌb·ə·ri/
elastic and difficult to break, like rubber: I don’t like squid, it’s too rubbery. Rubbery also means feeling weak: His legs were rubbery.
Translations of “rubbery”
in Chinese (Traditional) 橡膠似的, 軟的…
in Russian эластичный, жесткий…
in Turkish lastik gibi, kauçuğa benzer…
in Chinese (Simplified) 橡胶似的, 软的…
in Polish jak z gumy, gumowy…
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