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pljuvačka [ ženski rod ]

drivel [ imenica ]
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A worthless message.

drool [ imenica ]
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Saliva spilling from the mouth; SYN. dribble, drivel, slobber.

saliva [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin.
In vertebrates, an alkaline secretion from the salivary glands that aids the swallowing and digestion of food in the mouth. In mammals, it contains the enzyme amylase, which converts starch to sugar. The salivary glands of mosquitoes and other blood-sucking insects produce anticoagulants.
A clear liquid secreted into the mouth by the salivary glands and mucous glands of the mouth; moistens the mouth and starts the digestion of starches; SYN. spit, spittle.

slaver [ imenica ]
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A person engaged in slave trade; SYN. slave dealer, slave trader.
Saliva dribbling from the mouth

spit [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. spite, as. spitu; akin to Dutch spit, German spiess, Old High Germ. spiz, Dan. spid. Swed. spett, and to German spitz pointed.
A narrow strip of land that juts out into the sea; SYN. tongue.
A skewer for holding meat over a fire.
The act of spitting (forcefully expelling saliva); SYN. spitting, expectoration.

spittle [ imenica ]
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Saliva.
The foamy substance produced by the spittlebug.
Alternate name for saliva and cuckoo spit.

water [ imenica ]
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ETYM AS. waeter.
A clear colorless odorless tasteless liquid; SYN. H2O.
(Archaic) Once thought to be one of four elements composing the universe.
Hliquid without color, taste, or odor. It is an oxide of hydrogen. Water begins to freeze at 0şC or 32şF, and to boil at 100şC or 212şF. When liquid, it is virtually incompressible; frozen, it expands by 1/of its volume. At 4şC/39.2şF, one cubic centimeter of water has a mass of one gram; this is its maximum density, forming the unit of specific gravity. It has the highest known specific heat, and acts as an efficient solvent, particularly when hot. Most of the world’s water is in the sea; less than 0.0is fresh water.
Water covers 7of the Earth's surface and occurs as standing (oceans, lakes) and running (rivers, streams) water, rain, and vapor and supports all forms of Earth's life.
Water makes up 60–7of the human body or about liters/quarts, of which 6is inside the cells, 4outside. A loss of 1of this volume may cause hallucinations; a loss of 20%-2may cause death. People cannot survive more than five or six days without water or two or three days in a hot environment.



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