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teardrop

[ teer-drop ]
/ ˈtɪərˌdrɒp /
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noun
a tear or something suggesting a tear: A single teardrop rolled down her face.
something shaped like a drop of a thin liquid, having a globular form at the bottom, tapering to a point at the top.
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Origin of teardrop

First recorded in 1790–1800; tear1 + drop
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Medical definitions for teardrop

teardrop
[ tîrdrŏp′ ]

n.
A single tear.
An object shaped like a tear.
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