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Translation of "flab" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

flab

noun [U]     /flæb/ informal disapproving
soft loose flesh on someone's body (人體)鬆弛的肉 I've got to lose this flab on my belly! 我要減掉肚子上的贅肉! Fat or well-built
Translations of “flab”
in Chinese (Simplified) (人体)松弛的肉…
(Definition of flab from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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