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Translation of "ooze" - English-Spanish dictionary

ooze

verb   /uːz/ ( present participle oozing, past tense and past participle oozed)
If a liquid oozes from something, it comes out slowly. rezumar Blood was oozing out of the wound.
informal to show a lot of a quality rebosar He oozes charm.
(Definition of ooze from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

ooze

verb /uːz/
to flow slowly manar, rezumar The water oozed through the sand.
to have (something liquid) flowing slowly out manar, rezumar His wound was oozing blood.
oozy adjective
cenagoso, fangoso
(Definition of ooze from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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