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bulbous

adjective uk   /ˈbʌl.bəs/ us  
If a part of the body is bulbous, it is fat and round: He had a huge, bulbous nose.
Translations of “bulbous”
in Chinese (Traditional) 球莖狀的, 圓胖的…
in Russian выпуклый, нос картошкой…
in Turkish hatları çekici şekilde yuvarlak ve büyük…
in Chinese (Simplified) 球茎状的, 圆胖的…
in Polish pękaty…
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