Definition of 'chubby'
Example sentences containing 'chubby'
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But he might have been better off sharing the secrets of his own diet with the chubby forward rather than feeding him fish. The Sun (2017)She had bumpy skin and her cheeks were pretty chubby too. The Sun (2015)Surgery can suck the fat out of chubby chins but methods can be costly and painful. The Sun (2014)Theirs is a subculture that gives a chubby finger to mortality. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Her chubby fingers trace unfamiliar lines beside mouths and eyes. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He follows that with a selection of dainty petits fours which look comically out of place in his chubby fingers. The Sun (2009)This insect's chubby cheeks and beady eyes look familiar. The Sun (2013)The only clue it's him are those chubby cheeks. The Sun (2007)He sat with his chubby fingers locked together, in a patient posture of restraint. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He was a chubby man of medium height, with long dark curly hair and a friendly face. DOT.CON (2001)Last year, he was photographed on holiday with chubby cheeks and a paunch spilling over his belt. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I had chubby cheeks and felt awkward. The Sun (2012)His head was rather chubby. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A chubby middle-aged man reclining naked in the hall would presumably have upset other guests. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Pumpkin, the chubby chihuahua, faced an early death from obesity. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Instead, it was invented by a slightly chubby Swedish computer programmer who came up with the idea in his spare time. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I'm now only the remains of a once chubby and lively man, having given my life to the writing of that caption. Christianity Today (2000)
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Translations for 'chubby'
British English: chubby /ˈtʃʌbɪ/ ADJECTIVE
A chubby person is rather fat.
Do you think I'm too chubby?
- American English: chubby
- Arabic: مُـمْتَلِئ
- Brazilian Portuguese: gorducho
- Chinese: 丰满的
- Croatian: debeljuškast
- Czech: obtloustlý
- Danish: buttet
- Dutch: mollig
- European Spanish: regordete
- Finnish: pullea
- French: potelé
- German: mollig
- Greek: στρουμπουλός
- Italian: paffuto
- Japanese: 丸々太った
- Korean: 오동통한
- Norwegian: lubben
- Polish: pucołowaty
- European Portuguese: gorducho
- Romanian: dolofan
- Russian: полный
- Spanish: regordete
- Swedish: knubbig
- Thai: อ้วนกลม
- Turkish: tombul
- Ukrainian: гладкий
- Vietnamese: mũm mĩm
Definition of chubby from the Collins English Dictionary
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