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marrow

noun uk   /ˈmær.əʊ/ us    /-oʊ/

marrow noun (TISSUE)

[U] ( also bone marrow) soft tissue containing a lot of fat in the centre of a bone

marrow noun (VEGETABLE)

[C or U] UK a long round vegetable with a thick green or yellow skin, white flesh, and a lot of seeds at its centre. Marrows are a type of squash.
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