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-bodied

suffix uk   /-bɒd.id/ us    /-bɑː.did/

-bodied suffix (PHYSICAL STRUCTURE)

having a particular type of body: a long-bodied insect a soft-bodied doll

-bodied suffix (QUALITY)

having a particular quality or strength of flavour: a medium-bodied wine
Translations of “-bodied”
in Chinese (Traditional) 軀體, 具有…軀體的, 具有…形體的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 躯体, 具有…躯体的, 具有…形体的…
(Definition of -bodied from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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