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pulpnoun [U]

us   /pʌlp/
a soft, wet mass, often produced by crushing something: Mash the bananas to a pulp and then mix in the yogurt.
Pulp is also a mixture of water and small pieces of paper, cloth, or wood that is used for making paper: wood pulp
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pulpverb [T]

uk   /pʌlp/ us  
PRODUCTION, COMMERCE to destroy books, magazines, newspapers, etc. , for example because they cannot be sold or contain mistakes: Sales were low last year and the publishers had to pulp over half of the 10,000 copies they printed. The decision to pulp the magazine was nothing less than censorship.
(Definition of pulp from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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