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noun [U]     /ˈblʌb.ər/ US  //
the thick layer of fat under the skin of sea mammals , such as whales , that keeps them warm Substances and structures in the body informal too much body fat on a human : Take some exercise and get rid of some of that blubber!Fat or well-built
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