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Translation of "gob" - English-Spanish dictionary

gob

noun /ɡob/
(British, informal) an impolite word for mouth bocaza, pico Why don’t you shut your big fat gob?
a small amount of a sticky or wet subtance escupitajo a gob of spittle.
gobs noun plural
(American, informal) a large amount of something montón She’s got gobs of money.
gobsmacked adjective
(British, informal) very surprised patidifuso I was gobsmacked when she told me how much she earned.
(Definition of gob from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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