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glob

noun [C] uk   /ɡlɒb/  us   /ɡlɑːb/ informal
a round mass of a thick liquid or a sticky substance: a glob of ketchup/yogurt
Translations of “glob”
in Chinese (Traditional) 一滴,一團(黏或稠的東西)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一滴,一团(粘或稠的东西)…
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