Definition of 'slime'
Example sentences containing 'slime'
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She gave me some cheese that had turned to stinking green slime. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Its pool is a lagoon of green slime. The Sun (2014)He is coughing green slime into a handkerchief and the penny drops. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Are you a monster covered in green slime? Times, Sunday Times (2012)It tasted refreshing but looked like pond slime. The Sun (2013)Who wants to eat something covered in slime? Times, Sunday Times (2013)After a week it was covered in slime and almost unrecognisable. The Sun (2013)Thick green slime covers the pools. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But did he mean green slime? Times, Sunday Times (2008)The questions it raised included: what is the difference between humans and pond slime? Times, Sunday Times (2014)How can I get rid of green slime in my lawn? The Sun (2006)If you use another snail 's slime, you save energy. Times, Sunday Times (2013)And we've discovered her secret - snail slime. The Sun (2014)
Trends of 'slime'
Used Occasionally. slime is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'slime'
British English: slime NOUN
Slime is a thick, wet substance which covers a surface or comes from the bodies of animals such as snails.
There was an unappealing film of slime on top of the pond.
Definition of slime from the Collins English Dictionary
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