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English definition of “slaver”

slaver

verb [I] uk   /ˈslæv.ər/ us    //
(especially of an animal) to allow liquid to come out of the mouth, especially because of excitement or hunger: The dog slavered with excitement when told it was time for a walk. disapproving to show great interest or excitement in someone or something, in a way that is unpleasant to other people: Stop slavering over that guitar, Stephen!
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