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skinnyadjective

uk   us   /ˈskɪn.i/

skinny adjective (THIN)

mainly disapproving very thin: You should eat more, you're much too skinny.

skinny adjective (FOOD AND DRINK)

US informal low in fat: a skinny latte

skinny adjective (CLOTHES)

narrow and fitting closely to the body: skinny jeans

skinnynoun [U]

uk   us   /ˈskɪn.i/ informal
the true information about someone or something: Get the skinny on hundreds of celebs in our "People Profiles" section.
Translations of “skinny”
in Arabic نَحيف جِدًا…
in Korean 마른…
in Malaysian kurus kering…
in French (très) maigre…
in Turkish cılız, bir deri bir kemik, kaknem…
in Italian secco, mingherlino…
in Chinese (Traditional) 瘦的, 非常瘦的,皮包骨的…
in Russian тощий…
in Polish chudy…
in Vietnamese gầy nhom…
in Spanish flaco, enjuto…
in Portuguese magricela, escanzelado…
in Thai ผอมมาก…
in German mager…
in Catalan sec, escanyolit…
in Japanese やせこけた, がりがりの…
in Indonesian kurus…
in Chinese (Simplified) 瘦的, 非常瘦的,皮包骨头的…
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