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us   /ˈbʌl·ki/
too big and taking up too much space: She carried a very bulky package on the bus.
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Translations of “bulky”
in Arabic ضَخْم…
in Korean 부피가 큰…
in Portuguese volumoso…
in Catalan voluminós…
in Japanese (大きくて)かさばった…
in Chinese (Simplified) 庞大而占地方的…
in Turkish hantal, kaba, büyük…
in Russian объемистый…
in Chinese (Traditional) 龐大而佔地方的…
in Italian ingombrante, voluminoso…
in Polish masywny, wielki…
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