Meaning of “blubber” in the English Dictionary

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blubbernoun [ U ]

us /ˈblʌb·ər/

blubber noun [ U ] (FAT)

the layer of fat under the skin of sea mammals such as whales which keeps them warm:

Some of the larger whales are insulated by a two-foot layer of blubber.
fig. I’m on a diet, trying to lose some of this blubber around the middle.

blubberverb [ I ]

us /ˈblʌb·ər/

blubber verb [ I ] (CRY)

to cry in a noisy and uncontrollable way

(Definition of “blubber” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)