gloop

   Synonym for blowhole. Also spelled gloup.

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  • gloop — /gloop/ (informal) intransitive verb 1. (of a thick viscous substance) to bubble or plop slowly and heavily, esp with a soft thick plopping or popping sound 2. To fall, drip or lie in a thick viscous dribble or drop noun 1. Thick viscous liquid,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • gloop — [ glup ] noun uncount BRITISH VERY INFORMAL a sticky unpleasant substance …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • gloop — ► NOUN informal ▪ sloppy or sticky semi fluid matter. DERIVATIVES gloopy adjective. ORIGIN symbolic …   English terms dictionary

  • gloop — 1. noun /ɡluːp/ Any gooey, viscous substance. Syn: glop, goo, goop, slime, slop 2. verb /ɡluːp/ …   Wiktionary

  • GlooP — Generalized loop verallgemeinerte Schleife, imaginäre Programmiersprache für allgemein und partiell rekursive Programme mit Termination auch im Fall der Grünen Diagonale in > Hofstadter: Gödel, Escher, Bach , vergl. BlooP, FlooP …   Acronyms

  • GlooP — Generalized loop verallgemeinerte Schleife, imaginäre Programmiersprache für allgemein und partiell rekursive Programme mit Termination auch im Fall der Grünen Diagonale in > Hofstadter: Gödel, Escher, Bach , vergl. BlooP, FlooP …   Acronyms von A bis Z

  • gloop — n. (English Slang) sticky and sloppy substance, goop …   English contemporary dictionary

  • gloop — noun informal sloppy or sticky semi fluid matter. Derivatives gloopy adjective Origin 1960s: symbolic …   English new terms dictionary

  • gloop — UK [ɡluːp] / US [ɡlup] noun [uncountable] British informal a sticky unpleasant substance …   English dictionary

  • Augustus Gloop — is a fictional character in the Roald Dahl novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and subsequent film adaptations.BackgroundAugustus Gloop is a gluttonous overeater who is the first of the five children to find a Golden Ticket and win a trip to… …   Wikipedia

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