Meaning of “husky” in the English Dictionary

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us /ˈhʌs·ki/

husky adjective (VOICE)

(esp. of a person’s voice) low and sounding slightly damaged:

The singer had a husky voice.

husky adjective (STRONG)

(esp. of boys or men) big and strong:

Rennett was a husky, broad-shouldered kid.

huskynoun [ C ]

us /ˈhʌs·ki/

husky noun [ C ] (DOG)

a type of dog that is strong and furry and is used for pulling sleds in cold regions of the world

(Definition of “husky” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)