Meaning of “slaver” in the English Dictionary

"slaver" in British English

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slaververb [ I ]

uk /ˈslæv.ər/ us /ˈslæv.ɚ/

(especially of an animal) to allow liquid to come out of the mouth, especially because of excitement or hunger:

The dog slavered with excitement when told it was time for a walk.

disapproving to show great interest or excitement in someone or something, in a way that is unpleasant to other people:

Stop slavering over that guitar, Stephen!

slavernoun [ C ]

uk /ˈsleɪ.vər/ us /ˈsleɪ.vɚ/

in the past, a ship used for carrying slaves, or a person who sold slaves

(Definition of “slaver” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)