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Translation of "clot" - English-Spanish dictionary

clot

noun   /klɒt/
an almost solid piece of something coágulo He had a blood clot removed from his brain.1263
verb   /klɒt/ (-tt-)
to form clots to form solid pieces coagularse He was rushed into hospital because his blood wasn’t clotting properly. an anti-clotting agent548
(Definition of clot from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

clot

noun /klot/
soft or fluid matter (especially blood) formed into a solid mass coágulo a clot of blood.
(British, informal, old-fashioned) a fool or an idiot tonto You stupid clot!
clotted cream noun
(British) a very thick cream made by slowly heating milk, then letting it cool and removing the cream as it rises to the top. Nata Cuajada
(Definition of clot from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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