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slimenoun [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.
Translations of “slime”
in Arabic مادّة غَرَوِيّة…
in Korean 점액…
in Malaysian selut…
in French vase…
in Turkish sümük, sümüksü madde…
in Italian limo, melma, bava (di lumache)…
in Chinese (Traditional) (令人不快的)黏液…
in Russian слизь…
in Polish muł, szlam…
in Vietnamese chất lỏng đặc, chất nhờn…
in Spanish cieno, fango…
in Portuguese gosma…
in Thai เลน…
in German der Schleim, der Schlamm…
in Catalan llot, bava…
in Japanese どろどろ(ねばねば)したもの…
in Indonesian lumpur…
in Chinese (Simplified) (令人不快的)黏液…
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