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clot (klɒt)
1.  a soft thick lump or mass: a clot of blood
2.  informal (Brit) a stupid person; fool
vb , clots, clotting, clotted
3.  to form or cause to form into a soft thick lump or lumps
[Old English clott, of Germanic origin; compare Middle Dutch klotte block, lump]

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