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glutton

noun [C] uk   /ˈɡlʌt.ən/ us    /ˈɡlʌt̬-/ disapproving
Translations of “glutton”
in Korean 대식가…
in Arabic شَرِه, نَهِم…
in French glouton/-onne, bourreau (de travail)…
in Turkish obur…
in Italian goloso, -a, ghiottone…
in Chinese (Traditional) 貪吃的人, 暴飲暴食者…
in Russian обжора…
in Polish żarłok…
in Spanish glotón, comilón, masoquista…
in Portuguese glutão, glutona…
in German der Vielfraß, der Unersättliche…
in Catalan golafre…
in Japanese 大食漢…
in Chinese (Simplified) 好吃贪杯的人, 暴饮暴食者…
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