Definition of 'bloated'
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A moon hung pink and bloated just above the horizon, never rising, never setting. A TIME OF WARThe man didn't know from nothing but loved the blueprints, the hard hats, the bloated technical reports. CORMORANT
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Used Occasionally. bloated is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'bloated'
British English: bloated ADJECTIVE
If someone's body or a part of their body is bloated, it is much larger than normal, usually because it has a lot of liquid or gas inside it.
His face and body were bloated almost beyond recognition.
Definition of bloated from the Collins English Dictionary
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