Bedeutung von “heavy” — Learner’s Dictionary

heavy

adjective us uk /ˈhevi/
Bend your knees when lifting heavy objects.You're not supposed to lift heavy weights after an operation.The table was too heavy to lift, so we had to drag it across the room.He pushed open the heavy door.The engine is powerful enough to pull heavy loads.
WEIGHING A LOT

A2 Heavy objects weigh a lot:

heavy bags
HOW MUCH

A2 used to say how much someone or something weighs:

How heavy are you?
Oxygen is sixteen times heavier than hydrogen.
A LOT

B1 large in amount or degree:

heavy traffic
heavy costs
a heavy drinker/smoker

someone who drinks/smokes a lot

heavy snow/rain

an occasion when a lot of snow/rain falls

FORCE

using a lot of force:

a heavy blow
heavy breathing
SERIOUS informal

serious:

The discussion got a bit too heavy.
heavy going mainly UK

too serious or difficult:

I found the book very heavy going.

(Definition von “heavy” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)