tubular

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tubular (comparative more tubular, superlative most tubular)

  1. Shaped like a tube.
    tubular bell
  2. Relating to, or composed of tubes or tubules
  3. (slang) Cool, awesome.
    • 2007, Brian Laesch, The Verge of Psychosis: An Aspiring Actor's Journal:
      It was such a tubular party, Journal! But a few minutes later, I walked up to the Hermosa Beach Pier and left the girls with my things, thinking the totally bitchin' party would continue. But when I got back, they were all gone.

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Galician[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

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tubular m or f (plural tubulares)

  1. Tubular (shaped like a tube).

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Interlingua[edit]

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tubular (not comparable)

  1. tubular, tube-shaped

Portuguese[edit]

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  • Hyphenation: tu‧bu‧lar

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tubular m or f (plural tubulares, comparable)

  1. tubular

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Romanian[edit]

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From French tubulaire

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tubular m or n (feminine singular tubulară, masculine plural tubulari, feminine and neuter plural tubulare)

  1. tubular

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Spanish[edit]

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  • IPA(key): /tubuˈlaɾ/, [t̪u.β̞uˈlaɾ]
  • Hyphenation: tu‧bu‧lar

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tubular (plural tubulares)

  1. Tubular (shaped like a tube)

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