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Meaning of “goo” - Learner’s Dictionary

goo

noun [U]     /ɡuː/
a thick, sticky substanceGlues and gluing and stickiness
Translations of “goo”
in Chinese (Traditional) (令人生厭的)黏性物質…
in Russian что-либо клейкое, липкое…
in Turkish yapışkan madde…
in Chinese (Simplified) (令人生厌的)黏性物质…
in Polish maź…
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