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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
Translations of “clot”
in French caillot, imbécile…
in German der Klumpen, das Gerinnsel, der Depp…
in Chinese (Traditional) 塊, 凝塊…
in Russian сгусток, болван…
in Turkish pıhtı, kan pıhtısı, salak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 块, 凝块…
in Polish skrzep, tępak…
(Definition of clot from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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