Definitions for GLOMglɒm

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  1. hook, snitch, thieve, cop, knock off, glom(verb)

    take by theft

    "Someone snitched my wallet!"

  2. glom(verb)

    seize upon or latch onto something

    "The Republicans glommed onto Whitewater"

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  1. glom(Verb)

    To steal, to grab

  2. glom(Verb)

    to stare.

  3. glom(Verb)

    To attach.


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  • хватать, крастьRussian

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