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gelatinous

adjective uk   /dʒəˈlæt.ɪ.nəs/  us   /-læt̬-/
thick and like jelly: The liquid solidifies into a gelatinous mass.
Translations of “gelatinous”
in Chinese (Traditional) 明膠的, 膠狀的, 膠黏的:…
in Chinese (Simplified) 明胶的, 胶状的, 胶黏的…
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