Meaning of FLOC in English

I. ˈfläk noun

( -s )

Etymology: Latin floccus flock of wool — more at floccus

1. : a flocculent mass formed by the aggregation of a number of fine suspended particles (as in a precipitate or in smoke)

2. : flock III 1,2,3

II. verb

( flocced -kt ; flocced “ ; floccing -kiŋ ; flocs )

intransitive verb

: to aggregate into flocs : flocculate

transitive verb

: to cause (as a slime) to floc

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