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buxomadjective

uk   us   /ˈbʌk.səm/
(of a woman) healthy-looking and ​slightlyfat, with ​largebreasts
(Definition of buxom from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “buxom”
in Korean 풍만한…
in Arabic امرأة مُمتَلِئة…
in Malaysian montok…
in French plantureux…
in Russian полногрудый…
in Chinese (Traditional) (女子)健美豐滿的…
in Italian prosperoso…
in Turkish iri memeli, büyük göğüslü…
in Polish obfitych kształtów…
in Spanish metida en carnes…
in Vietnamese đẫy đà…
in Portuguese robusto, peitudo, rechonchudo…
in Thai อ้วนท้วน…
in German drall…
in Catalan mamelluda…
in Japanese ふくよかで胸が大きく魅力的な…
in Chinese (Simplified) (女子)健美丰满的…
in Indonesian montok…
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