• informal , chiefly North American
- 1Sticky and amorphous matter, typically something unpleasant: a cup of vile green glopMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Finally, he was satisfied with his work and pulled his hand gently out, coated in green glop and various internal juices.
- I think I scraped it all outta my hair, and I got the grotesque green glop off my chin.
- Tommy was looking for glop, or slime, or something disgusting that makes a huge mess, and his mother seemed fine with that.
- 1.1 [count noun] A soft, shapeless lump of something: a glop of creamy dressingMás ejemplos en oraciones
- He began to coat my head with it, smushing it on in huge glops.
- I pull myself out the seat and push the door open, making a face; the rain turned from huge glops to smaller, heaving it down worse than ever.
- It helped to keep a paper towel under their hand so it wouldn't smudge where their hand rested, and to clean up any glops of pastel that stayed on the drawing.
- 1.2Worthless writing, music, or other material: commercialized glop, not worth thinking aboutMás ejemplos en oraciones
- It's melodic, but even on a deep, meditative level, I feel this song is more glop than substance.
- Generally, the worst thing you can say about a movie like this is that it's cloying sentimental glop.
- Who had to read that soporific glop in high school?
verbo (glops, glopping, glopped)[with object and adverbial of direction] Volver al principio
- Transfer (a sloppy or sticky substance) to a container: glop 2 gallons of premixed compound into a bucketMás ejemplos en oraciones
- He quickly pointed to an orange and white mush and the nearest cook spooned it out of the tub and glopped it into one of the tray's depressions.
- I let the stuff glop into the pail I was given to store it in until I came down the ladder to put it in the wheelbarrow.
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- The texture is very strange - gloppy, gooey, glutinous, and not that easy to manage with chopsticks.
- We make a New England clam chowder that is not that gloppy, thick, potato-infested thing we're all used to.
- It turns gloppy and pasty once it sits in the pot after being taken off the heat.
1940s: symbolic (see gloop).
Más definiciones de glopDefinición de glop en:
- el diccionario Inglés de EE.UU.