How to Pronounce gall?

Correct pronunciation for the word "gall" is [ɡˈɔːl], [ɡˈɔːl], [ɡ_ˈɔː_l].

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"Gall" in context

Gall is a thick, yellow to black, bitter, wax-like substance that forms on the surfaces or in the tissues of plants. It is caused by various species of gall-forming insects and other organisms, such as fungi and bacteria. In some cases, it can also be caused by physical or structural factors, such as stress on a stem. Galls are a harmless part of nature and can be found on many plants and trees, including willow, oak, and poplar. They usually develop on the leaves and stems and can range in size from a few millimeters to several centimeters.

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