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English definition of “glove”

glove

noun [C] uk   /ɡlʌv/ us  
A2 a piece of clothing that is worn on the hand and wrist for warmth or protection, with separate parts for each finger: leather/woollen/rubber gloves a pair of gloves

glove

verb [T] uk   /ɡlʌv/ US us  
to put gloves on your hands: She gloved her hands to protect them from the chemicals. to catch a ball when playing baseball: He gloved the ball, turned and threw in one motion.
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