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fat

adjective (BIG) 大的     /fæt/ (fatter, fattest)
having a lot of flesh on the body 胖的,肥胖的 Like most women, she thinks she's fat. 與大多數女性一樣,她覺得自己很胖。 I have horrible fat thighs. 我的大腿粗得嚇人。 He eats all the time but he never gets fat. 他總是在吃,但從來不長胖。 Fat or well-built
thick or large 厚的;大的 He lifted a fat volume down from the shelf. 他從架子上取下一冊厚厚的書。 Some producers of mineral water have made fat profits. 一些礦泉水生產商獲得了豐厚的利潤。 Fat or well-built
Translations of “fat”
in Arabic سَمين…
in Korean 살찐…
in Malaysian berlimpah…
in French gros…
in Turkish şişman, şişko, kalın…
in Italian grasso…
in Russian толстый…
in Polish gruby, tłusty…
in Vietnamese nhiều về số lượng, giá trị…
in Spanish sustancioso…
in Portuguese gordo…
in Thai ใหญ่, ท่วมท้น…
in German fett, A fat lot-herzlich wenig…
in Catalan gras…
in Japanese 太っている…
in Indonesian berlimpah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大的, 胖的,肥胖的, 厚的…
(Definition of fat adjective (BIG) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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