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"lobe" in British English

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lobenoun [C]

uk   /ləʊb/  us   /loʊb/

lobe noun [C] (ORGAN)

specialized anatomy any ​part of an ​organ that ​seems to be ​separate in some way from the ​rest, ​especially one of the ​parts of the ​brain, ​lungs, or liver: the ​frontal lobe of the ​brain

lobe noun [C] (EAR)

an earlobe
lobed
adjective uk   /ləʊbd/  us   /loʊbd/
(Definition of lobe from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"lobe" in American English

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lobenoun [C]

 us   /loʊb/
an earlobe
(Definition of lobe from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “lobe”
in Spanish lóbulo…
in Vietnamese dái tai, thùy…
in Malaysian cuping, lobus…
in Thai ติ่งหู, ซีก…
in French lobe…
in German das Ohrläppchen, der Lappen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 器官, (尤指大脑、肺、肝等器官的)叶…
in Indonesian daun telinga, lobus…
in Chinese (Traditional) 器官, (尤指大腦、肺、肝等器官的)葉…
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