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beefy

adjective  /ˈbi·fi/ us  
(of a person, esp. a man) large, heavy, and powerful looking: a big, beefy football player
Translations of “beefy”
in Chinese (Traditional) 結實的, 強大的, 高效的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 结实的, 强大的, 高效的…
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