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pulp

Definitions


[pʌlp], (Noun)

Definitions:
- a soft, wet, shapeless mass of material
(e.g: boiling with soda will reduce your peas to pulp)

- popular or sensational writing that is regarded as being of poor quality
(e.g: the story is a mix of pulp fiction and Greek tragedy)


Phrases:
- beat someone to a pulp

Origin:
late Middle English (denoting the soft fleshy part of fruit): from Latin pulpa. The verb dates from the mid 17th century


[pʌlp], (Verb)

Definitions:
- crush into a soft, wet, shapeless mass
(e.g: bales of waste paper were chopped, shredded, and pulped)


Phrases:
- beat someone to a pulp

Origin:




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