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Significado de “fat” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "fat" - Diccionario Inglés

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fatadjective

uk   us   /fæt/ (fatter, fattest)
  • fat adjective (BIG)

A1 having a lot of ​flesh on the ​body: Like most women, she ​thinks she's fat. I ​hate my fat ​thighs. He ​eats all the ​time but he never gets fat. thick or ​large: He ​passed me a fat ​envelopefull of ​money. Some ​producers of ​mineralwater have made fat ​profits.

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Idioms

fatnoun

uk   us   /fæt/
[U] the ​substance under the ​skin of ​humans and ​animals that ​storesenergy and ​keeps them ​warm: body fat Women have a ​layer of ​subcutaneous fat (= fat under the ​skin), which ​provides them with ​betterinsulation than men.B2 [C or U] a ​solid or ​liquidsubstance from ​animals or ​plants and used ​especially in ​cooking: This ​productcontains no ​animal fat. vegetable fats

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(Definition of fat from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "fat" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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fatadjective [-er/-est only]

 us   /fæt/ (-tt-)
having a lot of ​flesh on the ​body: Her weight’s ​normal but she ​insists she’s fat. Fat can also ​meanthick or ​big: a fat ​telephonebook
infml having or ​worth a lot of ​money: a fat ​profit
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fatnoun [C/U]

 us   /fæt/
  • fat noun [C/U] (SUBSTANCE)

biology the ​substance under the ​skin of humans and ​animals that ​storesenergy and ​keeps them ​warm Fat is also a ​solid or ​liquidsubstanceobtained from ​animals or ​plants and used esp. in ​cooking.
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Traducciones de “fat”
en coreano 살찐…
en árabe سَمين…
in Malaysian lemak…
en francés gras, matière grasse…
en ruso толстый…
en chino (tradicionál) 大的, 胖的,肥胖的, 厚的…
en italiano grasso…
en turco şişman, şişko, kalın…
en polaco gruby, tłusty…
en español grasa, manteca…
in Vietnamese mỡ, chất béo, dầu…
en portugués gordo…
in Thai ไขมัน, น้ำมัน…
en alemán das Fett…
en catalán gras…
en japonés 太っている…
en chino (simplificado) 大的, 胖的,肥胖的, 厚的…
in Indonesian lemak…
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