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greasy

adjective  /ˈɡri·si, -zi/ us  
covered with or full of grease: These French fries are too greasy.
Translations of “greasy”
in Korean 기름진…
in Arabic مَليء بالدُّهون…
in Portuguese engordurado…
in Catalan greixós…
in Japanese 脂肪分の多い, 油(脂)っぽい…
in Italian unto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 沾滿油脂的, 含脂肪的, 油膩的…
in Russian жирный…
in Turkish yağlanmış, yağ içinde, yağlı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 沾满油脂的, 含脂肪的, 油腻的…
in Polish tłusty…
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