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puffy

adjective uk   us   /ˈpʌf.i/
If the skin around your eyes is puffy, it is slightly swollen: His eyes were still puffy with sleep.
Translations of “puffy”
in Chinese (Traditional) (眼睛)腫脹的,腫大的…
in Russian отекший, опухший…
in Turkish şişkin, kabarık…
in Chinese (Simplified) (眼睛)肿胀的,肿大的…
in Polish opuchnięty…
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