- a soft thick lump or mass
- Brit informal a stupid person; fool
- to form or cause to form into a soft thick lump or lumps
WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2017
clot /klɑt/USA pronunciation n., v., clot•ted, clot•ting.WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2017
clot (klot),USA pronunciation n., v., clot•ted, clot•ting.
Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::
clot /klɒt/ n
'clot' also found in these entries:
Christmas disease - arteriotomy - cerebral thrombosis - cleat - clotted cream - clotty - clowder - cluster - clutter - coagulate - coagulum - coronary thrombosis - cruor - deep-vein thrombosis - dingleberry - embolus - grume - obstacle - serum - sickle cell anemia - thrombectomy - thrombin - thrombo- - thrombolysis - thromboplastic - thrombopoietin - thrombosis - thrombus
Collocations: blood clot [surgery, removal], clot [formation, extraction], [prevent, lead to] clot formation, more...
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