There are 2 main translations of gook in Spanish:

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gook 1

American English: /ɡuk/
British English: /ɡuːk/
, /ɡʊk/

noun

  • (American English) [slang] [offensive] (oriental)
    asiático, (-ca) (masculine, feminine)
    amarillo, (-lla) (masculine, feminine) [offensive]

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There are 2 main translations of gook in Spanish:

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gook 2
American English: /ɡʊk/
British English: /ɡuːk/
, /ɡʊk/

noun

  • uncountable [colloquial] (messy substance)
    Example sentences
    • Indeed, for a pinkish, processed, canned luncheon meat surrounded in gelatinous gook, Spam has quite an amazing story to tell - and a uniquely American one at that.
    • I was almost shocked, for instance, at the simple perfection of the Clams Casino - a New York-like first course that often is miserably laden with breadcrumb-cheese gook and baked into submission.
    • He'd only seen the makeup kit briefly, when Tanner took out some white, gloppy gook to take off the makeup that covered nearly his entire body.

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