slop

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[ slop ]
/ slɒp /
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verb (used with object), slopped, slop·ping.

verb (used without object), slopped, slop·ping.

noun

Origin of slop

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1350–1400; Middle English sloppe (noun), Old English -sloppe (in cūsloppe cowslip, literally, cow slime); akin to slip3
Related formsun·slopped, adjective

Definition for slop (2 of 2)

slop

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[ slop ]
/ slɒp /

noun

slops,
  1. clothing, bedding, etc., supplied to sailors from the ship's stores.
  2. cheap, ready-made clothing in general.
  3. short, baggy trousers, worn by men, especially sailors, in the 16th and 17th centuries.
a loose-fitting overgarment, as a tunic or smock.

Origin of slop

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before 1000; Middle English slop, Old English -slop (in oferslop overgarment); compare Middle Dutch overslop, Old Norse yfirsloppr
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British Dictionary definitions for slop (1 of 2)

slop

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/ (slɒp) /

verb slops, slopping or slopped

noun

Word Origin for slop

C14: probably from Old English -sloppe in cūsloppe cowslip; see slip ³

British Dictionary definitions for slop (2 of 2)

slop

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/ (slɒp) /

noun

(plural) sailors' clothing and bedding issued from a ship's stores
any loose article of clothing, esp a smock
(plural) men's wide knee breeches worn in the 16th century
(plural) shoddy manufactured clothing

Word Origin for slop

Old English oferslop surplice; related to Old Norse slopps gown, Middle Dutch slop
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