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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “fat”

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
(Definition of fat adjective (BIG) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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