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gelnoun [U]

uk   us   /dʒel/
a thick, clear, liquid substance, especially one used on the hair or body: shower gel hair gel

gelverb

uk   us   /dʒel/ (-ll-)

gel verb (BECOME FIRM)

[I] (US also jell) to change from a liquid into a thick, soft solid [I] (US also jell) If an idea or situation gels, it starts to become more clear and fixed: The race issue gelled in the 1960s. [I] (US also jell) If two or more people gel, they form a good relationship or become friends: The team really gelled during the first few games of the season.

gel verb (ON HAIR)

[T] to put gel on your hair: He had spiky, light brown hair, shaved at the sides and gelled on top.
Translations of “gel”
in Arabic هُلام…
in Korean 젤…
in Malaysian gel…
in Turkish jel, jöle…
in Italian gel…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指用於洗髮或護膚的)凝膠,凍膠…
in Russian гель…
in Polish żel…
in Vietnamese gel…
in Spanish gel…
in Portuguese gel (de banho/de cabelo)…
in Thai เจล…
in Catalan gel…
in Japanese ジェル…
in Indonesian jel…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指用于洗发或护肤的)凝胶,冻胶…
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