There are 2 main translations of ooze in Spanish:

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ooze 1

American English: /uz/
British English: /uːz/

intransitive verb

  • blood oozed from his wound
    le salía sangre de la herida
    his courage slowly oozed away
    el valor lo fue abandonando poco a poco
    to ooze with somethingthe walls were oozing with damp
    las paredes rezumaban humedad
    he's absolutely oozing with self-confidence
    irradia confianza en sí mismo

transitive verb

  • the wound oozed pus
    la herida (le) supuraba
    the walls oozed damp
    las paredes rezumaban humedad
    she oozes charm
    irradia simpatía

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ooze 2

noun

uncountable
  • Example sentences
    • We learned that razorbacks live on the bottom of the river where they eat zooplankton, bugs, and river bottom ooze off the rocks and mud.
    • In the mid-1960s, scientists dredging up ooze from the bottom of the Mediterranean began to notice a thick layer of ash that they linked to Thera's eruption.
    • When the drill strikes water, there is a river of thick yellow ooze that will trap an unwary two-wheeler or a small car, in no time.

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