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Definición de “slop” en inglés

slop

verb [I or T, + adv/prep] uk   /slɒp/ us    /slɑːp/ (-pp-)
to cause a liquid to flow over the edge of a container through not taking care or making a rough movement: Careful, you've just slopped coffee all over the carpet! Water slopped out of the bucket as he carried it up the stairs.

slop

noun uk   /slɒp/ us    /slɑːp/
[U] informal disapproving food that is more liquid than it should be and is therefore unpleasant: Have you tried the slop that they call curry in the canteen? slops [plural] (also slop) liquid or wet food waste, especially when it is fed to animals: We feed the slops to the pigs. There's a tray under each tap to catch the beer slops.
(Definition of slop from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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