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zombie

noun   /ˈzɒm.bi/
informal disapproving a person who has no energy, seems to act without thinking, and does not notice what is happening zombi He just sat in front of the TV all day like a zombie.2156
a dead person who is believed, in some Caribbean religions, to have been brought back to life by magic zombi 727
(Definition of zombie from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

zombie

noun /ˈzombi/
a slow-moving person of very little intelligence zombi Films about zombies seem to be very popular at the moment.
(Definition of zombie from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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