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gum

  
      n  
     (part of the mouth)    gencive    f     
→ She smiled widely, showing her toothless gums.        
        chewing-gum    chewing-gum    m     
→ He chews gum, and wears a baseball cap.        
   (=glue)   colle    f     
→ The trouble was I hadn't got the right kind of gum.        
   (=sweet)   boule    f   de gomme  
→ She sucked a gum while she listened.        
      vt   (=stick)   coller  


bubble gum  
      n   bubblegum    m     
→ I got bubble gum on the seat of Nanna's car.        
chewing gum  
      n   chewing-gum    m     
gum up  
      vt sep   bousiller  
to gum up the works      *   bousiller tout  
→ Something had gummed up the video recorder.        
→ The new legislation may actually gum up an efficient system.        
gum disease  
      n   gingivite    f     
gum shield  
      n   protège-dents    m  
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
gum n.
gomme ; gencive

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
n.
gommier
v.
coller
n.
protège-dents
n.
gingivite
n.
gomme de sterculia
[Med.]
v.
mâcher du chewing-gum
n.
boule de gomme
n.
bubble-gum ; chewing-gum
n.
gomme de xanthane
[Med.]
n.
chewing-gum
n.
gomme de caroube
[Med.]
n.
farine de graines de caroube
[Tech.]
exp.
chewing-gum à la menthe
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'gum' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
exp.
gum
n.
gum
nf.
gum
n.
gum resin
n.
gum karaya
n.
gum arabic
exp.
gum abscess
n.
gum massage
n.
gum ointment
n.
gum ; eraser
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