Definition of 'plump'
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My hair felt plumped and malleable. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Just a little plumped out my skin. The Sun (2015)They plumped for the option that gave them the most flexibility and control. Times, Sunday Times (2014)So he plumped for brown hair and hazel eyes. Times, Sunday Times (2015) Short and plump fish are the best. Food Watch (1994)Test drive one before you plump for something else. The Sun (2014)May all the worms be plump ones in that great lake in the sky. The Sun (2011)She had no idea who this plump lady in the beautiful flowered silk dress could be. CHARMED LIFE (1977)Not for them the comfort of top hotels and plump feather pillows. The Sun (2010)So it has plumped for choice. Times, Sunday Times (2007)She had a full, plump figure. Modern Literatures of the Non-Western World: Where the Waters Are Born (1995)It's better to be a little plump rather than too thin. The Sun (2009)The mussels should be plump, juicy and taste of the sea. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The small, plump red hips complement the beautiful autumnal foliage and last well into winter. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This is the quail, which is like a little plump partridge. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Healthy skin is plump and full - and looks younger. Times, Sunday Times (2014)When buying, plump for something handmade and crafted with care. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Simmer for about 5 minutes until the sultanas have absorbed most of the liquid and are plump and juicy. Times, Sunday Times (2011)For now, though, they are plump and ripe for roasting. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Don't linger over the options, just plump for one straight away. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'plump'
British English: plump /plʌmp/ ADJECTIVE
A plump person is rather fat.
The woman was small and plump.
- American English: plump
- Arabic: مُـمْتَلِئ ُالـجِسْم
- Brazilian Portuguese: rechonchudo
- Chinese: 丰满的
- Croatian: punašan
- Czech: baculatý
- Danish: buttet
- Dutch: mollig dik
- European Spanish: relleno
- Finnish: pullea
- French: replet
- German: mollig
- Greek: παχουλός
- Italian: paffuto
- Japanese: 丸々太った
- Korean: 통통한
- Norwegian: fyldig
- Polish: pulchny
- European Portuguese: rechonchudo
- Romanian: durduliu
- Russian: пухлый
- Spanish: relleno
- Swedish: fyllig
- Thai: เจ้าเนื้อ
- Turkish: tıknaz
- Ukrainian: товстий
- Vietnamese: bầu bĩnh
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