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gluttonous

adjective
 
/ˈɡlʌt·ən·əs/
eating and drinking more than you need
ghiotto
Translations of “gluttonous”
in Korean 많이 먹는…
in Arabic شَرِه, نَهِم…
in Portuguese guloso…
in Catalan golafre…
in Japanese 大食の, 暴飲暴食の…
in Chinese (Traditional) 貪吃的人, 暴飲暴食的, 浪費的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 好吃贪杯的, 暴饮暴食的, 浪费的…
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