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English definition of “chunky”

chunky

adjective  /ˈtʃʌŋ·ki/ us  
made of thick or lumpy pieces: She wears chunky earrings and rings and a baggy sweater. Chunky foods have pieces or lumps mixed into a smooth base: I love chunky peanut butter! A person who is chunky is strong and built solidly: She’s a chunky woman with a powerful personality.
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