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English definition of “heavy”

heavy

adjective (SOLID)    /ˈhev.i/
thick , strong , solid , or strongly made: a heavy winter coat a heavy meal (= a large amount of solid food ) a big man with heavy features Physically strong and powerful describes soil that is thick and difficult to dig or walk throughSoil thick , solid-looking, and not delicate : The sun disappeared behind heavy clouds .Fat or well-built
(Definition of heavy adjective (SOLID) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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