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Noun: clot  klót
  1. A lump of material formed from the content of a liquid
    - coagulum
  2. [Brit] An awkward stupid person
    - lout, clod [informal], stumblebum [N. Amer, informal], goon [informal], oaf, lubber, lummox [informal], lump [informal], gawk, clodpole [archaic, informal], clodhopper [informal]
Verb: clot (clotted,clotting)  klót
  1. Change from a liquid to a thickened or solid state
    "clotted blood";
    - coagulate
  2. Cause to change from a liquid to a solid or thickened state
    - coagulate
  3. Turn into curds
    "clotted milk";
    - curdle, clabber
  4. Coalesce or unite in a mass
    "Blood clots";
    - clog

Derived forms: clots, clotting, clotted

Type of: alter, ball, change, change state, chunk, clod, clump, clumsy person, coalesce, glob, lump, modify, turn

Encyclopedia: Clot