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slime

noun [U] uk   us   /slaɪm/
a sticky liquid substance that is unpleasant to touch, such as the liquid produced by fish and snails and the greenish-brown substance found near water: There was a revolting green slime in between the bathroom tiles. You could see trails of slime where the slugs had been.
Traducciones de “slime”
en árabe مادّة غَرَوِيّة…
en coreano 점액…
in Malaysian selut…
en francés vase…
en turco sümük, sümüksü madde…
en italiano limo, melma, bava (di lumache)…
en chino (tradicionál) (令人不快的)黏液…
en ruso слизь…
en polaco muł, szlam…
in Vietnamese chất lỏng đặc, chất nhờn…
en español cieno, fango…
en portugués gosma…
in Thai เลน…
en alemán der Schleim, der Schlamm…
en catalán llot, bava…
en japonés どろどろ(ねばねば)したもの…
in Indonesian lumpur…
en chino (simplificado) (令人不快的)黏液…
(Definition of slime from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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