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Meaning of “obese” - Learner’s Dictionary

obese

adjective     /əʊˈbiːs/
extremely fat: Obese people are more likely to suffer heart attacks.Fat or well-built
obesity noun [U]
the state of being obese: Obesity is rising steadily in Europe and North America.Fat or well-built
Translations of “obese”
in Arabic بَدين…
in Korean 비만의…
in Malaysian gemuk gedempol…
in French obèse…
in Turkish çok şişman, obez…
in Italian obeso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 肥胖的, 臃腫的…
in Russian тучный…
in Polish otyły…
in Vietnamese béo phì…
in Spanish obeso…
in Portuguese obeso…
in Thai อ้วนเกินไป…
in German fettleibig…
in Catalan obès…
in Japanese 肥満の…
in Indonesian sangat gemuk…
in Chinese (Simplified) 肥胖的, 臃肿的…
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