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Translation of "slime" - English-Spanish dictionary

slime

noun [no plural]   /slaɪm/
a thick, sticky liquid that is unpleasant to touch líquido baboso y pegajoso
(Definition of slime from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

slime

noun /slaim/
thin, slippery mud or other matter that is soft, sticky and half-liquid cieno, fango There was a layer of slime at the bottom of the pond.
slimy adjective ( comparative slimier, superlative slimiest)
covered with, consisting of, or like, slime viscoso, pegajoso a slimy mess on the floor.
sliminess noun
viscosidad
(Definition of slime from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “slime”
in Korean 점액…
in Arabic مادّة غَرَوِيّة…
in Malaysian selut…
in French vase…
in Russian слизь…
in Chinese (Traditional) (令人不快的)黏液…
in Italian limo, melma, bava (di lumache)…
in Turkish sümük, sümüksü madde…
in Polish muł, szlam…
in Vietnamese chất lỏng đặc, chất nhờn…
in Portuguese gosma…
in Thai เลน…
in German der Schleim, der Schlamm…
in Catalan llot, bava…
in Japanese どろどろ(ねばねば)したもの…
in Chinese (Simplified) (令人不快的)黏液…
in Indonesian lumpur…
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