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Translation of "physique" - English-Spanish dictionary

physique

noun   /fɪˈziːk/
the shape and size of a human body físico He has a very powerful, muscular physique.532
(Definition of physique from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

physique

noun /fiˈziːk/
the structure of a person’s body físico, complexión He has a poor/powerful physique.
(Definition of physique from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “physique”
in Vietnamese thể lực…
in Malaysian susuk badan…
in Thai รูปร่าง…
in French physique…
in German der Körperbau…
in Chinese (Simplified) 体格,体形…
in Turkish beden/vücut yapısı, fizik…
in Russian телосложение…
in Indonesian jasmani…
in Chinese (Traditional) 體格,體形…
in Polish sylwetka, budowa…
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