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lobe

noun [C] uk   /ləʊb/ us    /loʊb/

lobe noun [C] (ORGAN)

specialized anatomy any part of an organ that seems to be separate in some way from the rest, especially one of the parts of the brain, lung, or liver: the frontal lobe of the brain

lobe noun [C] (EAR)

an earlobe
lobed
adjective uk   /ləʊbd/ us    /loʊbd/
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