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Translation of "fat" - English-Turkish dictionary

fat

adjective     /fæt/ (fatter, fattest)
PERSON
A1 Someone who is fat weighs too much. şişman, şişko She eats all the time but never gets fat.Fat or well-built
THICK
thick or large kalın, büyük, iri a fat book →  See also fat chance Big and quite bigEnormous
Translations of “fat”
in Arabic سَمين…
in Korean 살찐…
in Malaysian berlimpah…
in French gros…
in Italian grasso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大的, 胖的,肥胖的, 厚的…
in Russian толстый…
in Polish gruby, tłusty…
in Vietnamese nhiều về số lượng, giá trị…
in Spanish sustancioso…
in Portuguese gordo…
in Thai ใหญ่, ท่วมท้น…
in German fett, A fat lot-herzlich wenig…
in Catalan gras…
in Japanese 太っている…
in Indonesian berlimpah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大的, 胖的,肥胖的, 厚的…
(Definition of fat adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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