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stubby

adjective uk   /ˈstʌb.i/ us  
short and thick: He had rather unattractive, stubby fingers.

stubby

noun [C] uk   /ˈstʌb.i/ Australian English us  
a small beer bottle that contains 375 ml
Translations of “stubby”
in Chinese (Traditional) 短粗的, 矮壯的…
in Russian короткий и толстый…
in Turkish küt…
in Chinese (Simplified) 短粗的, 矮壮的…
in Polish pękaty, krótki i gruby…
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