- a colloidal form of matter having a jellylike texture, usually formed by cooling a colloidal solution into a solid or semisolid phase
- any of various jellylike preparations used to style hair, clean teeth, etc.
- gelatin (noun)
Origin of gelfrom gelatin
intransitive verbgelled, gel′ling
- to form a gel
- Brit. jell (vi.)
- A colloid in which the disperse phase has combined with the dispersion medium to produce a semisolid material, such as a jelly.
- See gelatin.
- A jellylike substance used in styling hair.
verbgelled, gel·ling, gels
To become a gel.
- To apply a gel to (the hair).
- To take shape or become clear: Plans for the project are finally starting to gel.
Origin of gelShort for gelatin V., sense 2, probably influenced by jell
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