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blob

 (blŏb)
n.
1. A soft, amorphous mass.
2. A daub, as of color.
tr.v. blobbed, blob·bing, blobs
To splash or daub with blobs; splotch.

[From Middle English blober, bubble, bubbling, probably of imitative origin.]

blob

(blɒb)
n
1. a soft mass or drop, as of some viscous liquid
2. a spot, dab, or blotch of colour, ink, etc
3. an indistinct or shapeless form or object
4. a slang word for condom
vb, blobs, blobbing or blobbed
(tr) to put blobs, as of ink or paint, on
[C15: perhaps of imitative origin; compare bubble]
ˈblobby adj

blob

(blɒb)

n., v. blobbed, blob•bing. n.
1. a small lump or drop of a thick or glutinous substance.
2. a small splotch or daub, as of color.
3. an object, esp. a large one, having no distinct shape or definition.
v.t.
4. to mark or splotch with blobs.
[1400–50; late Middle English]

blob


Past participle: blobbed
Gerund: blobbing

Imperative
blob
blob
Present
I blob
you blob
he/she/it blobs
we blob
you blob
they blob
Preterite
I blobbed
you blobbed
he/she/it blobbed
we blobbed
you blobbed
they blobbed
Present Continuous
I am blobbing
you are blobbing
he/she/it is blobbing
we are blobbing
you are blobbing
they are blobbing
Present Perfect
I have blobbed
you have blobbed
he/she/it has blobbed
we have blobbed
you have blobbed
they have blobbed
Past Continuous
I was blobbing
you were blobbing
he/she/it was blobbing
we were blobbing
you were blobbing
they were blobbing
Past Perfect
I had blobbed
you had blobbed
he/she/it had blobbed
we had blobbed
you had blobbed
they had blobbed
Future
I will blob
you will blob
he/she/it will blob
we will blob
you will blob
they will blob
Future Perfect
I will have blobbed
you will have blobbed
he/she/it will have blobbed
we will have blobbed
you will have blobbed
they will have blobbed
Future Continuous
I will be blobbing
you will be blobbing
he/she/it will be blobbing
we will be blobbing
you will be blobbing
they will be blobbing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been blobbing
you have been blobbing
he/she/it has been blobbing
we have been blobbing
you have been blobbing
they have been blobbing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been blobbing
you will have been blobbing
he/she/it will have been blobbing
we will have been blobbing
you will have been blobbing
they will have been blobbing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been blobbing
you had been blobbing
he/she/it had been blobbing
we had been blobbing
you had been blobbing
they had been blobbing
Conditional
I would blob
you would blob
he/she/it would blob
we would blob
you would blob
they would blob
Past Conditional
I would have blobbed
you would have blobbed
he/she/it would have blobbed
we would have blobbed
you would have blobbed
they would have blobbed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.blob - an indistinct shapeless formblob - an indistinct shapeless form  
amorphous shape - an ill-defined or arbitrary shape
Verb1.blob - make a spot or mark ontoblob - make a spot or mark onto; "The wine spotted the tablecloth"
stain - produce or leave stains; "Red wine stains the table cloth"
change surface - undergo or cause to undergo a change in the surface
splotch - blotch or spot
maculate, tarnish, defile, sully, stain - make dirty or spotty, as by exposure to air; also used metaphorically; "The silver was tarnished by the long exposure to the air"; "Her reputation was sullied after the affair with a married man"
bespeckle, speckle - mark with small spots; "speckle the wall with tiny yellow spots"
bespatter, spatter - spot, splash, or soil; "The baby spattered the bib with food"

blob

noun
1. drop, ball, mass, pearl, lump, bead, dab, droplet, globule, glob, dewdrop a blob of chocolate mousse
2. form, blurred outline, spot, shape, shadow, silhouette a blob in the distance
Translations
نُقْط÷، قَطْرَه
kaňkakapka
klatklump
klessa
lašelis
lāsepiciņa

blob

[blɒb] N (= drop) [of ink etc] → gota f; (= lump) [of mud etc] → grumo m; (= stain) → mancha f

blob

[ˈblɒb] n
[cream, glue] → goutte f; [paint] → grosse tache f
a blob of glue → une goutte de colle
(= indistinct shape) → forme f floue

blob

n (of water, honey, wax)Tropfen m; (of ink)Klecks m; (of paint)Tupfer m; (of ice cream, mashed potato)Klacks m

blob

[blɒb] n (drop) → goccia; (stain, spot) → macchia; (lump, of mud) → pallina

blob

(blob) noun
a (usually small) shapeless mass of liquid etc. a blob of paint; a blob of wax.
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