gob ( gobs plural & 3rd person present) ( gobbing present participle) ( gobbed past tense & past participle )
1 n-count A person's gob is their mouth.
INFORMAL, RUDE Shut your gob.
2 n-count A gobof a thick, unpleasant liquid is a small amount of it.
INFORMAL N of n
...a gob of spit.
3 verb If someone gobs, they spit.
INFORMAL At a concert in Leeds, some punks gobbed at them and threw beer cans. V prep, Also V
Translation English Cobuild Collins Dictionary
blob, chunk, clod, gobbet, hunk, lump, nugget, piece, wad, wodge (Brit. informal)
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