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well-fedadjective

uk   us   /ˌwelˈfed/
having a lot to eat: It should be possible to be warm and well-fed, and to enjoy all the good things of life, while respecting the needs of the planet.
Translations of “well-fed”
in Chinese (Traditional) 食物充足的, 吃得好的…
in Russian откормленный…
in Turkish iyi beslenen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 食物充足的, 吃得好的…
in Polish dobrze odżywiony…
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