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Meaning of “flesh” - Learner’s Dictionary

flesh

noun [U]     /fleʃ/
BODY
the soft part of a person's or animal's body between the skin and bonesSubstances and structures in the body
in the flesh
in real life and not on television or in a film: She looks much taller in the flesh.PresentAvailable and accessibleUnavailable and inaccessible
FRUIT/VEGETABLE
the soft part of a fruit or vegetable that you can eatFruits and seeds and their parts
fleshy adjective
fat or thick, or with a lot of fleshFat or well-built
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