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slobber over

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phrasal verb [transitive] informal
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present tense
I/you/we/theyslobber over
he/she/itslobbers over
present participleslobbering over
past tenseslobbered over
past participleslobbered over
  1. slobber over someone/something to show that you like or love someone or something in a very obvious way that other people think is silly or embarrassing

    Of course, the male students slobber all over her.

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