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gel

2 verb
     
gel2 past tense and past participle gelled, present participle gelling
1 also jell especially American English [intransitive] if a thought, plan etc gels, it becomes clearer or more definite:
Don't start writing until the idea has gelled in your mind.
2 also jell especially American English [intransitive] if two or more people gel, they start working well together as a group
gel with
He did not gel with Chapman.
After two days, the group gelled into a team.
3DFT also jell especially American English [intransitive] if a liquid gels, it becomes firmer or thicker
4 [transitive] to put gel into your hair:
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