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English translation of 'Fettpolster'

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Fettpolster

neuter noun
1.  (anatomy) (layer of) subcutaneous fat
2.  (humorous, informal) padding no pl
Fettpolster haben to be well-padded

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Example Sentences Including 'Fettpolster'

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Es geht nicht um kleine Fettpolster an den Oberschenkeln ", so die Einschränkung der Ernährungswissenschaftlerin, " niemand legt sich zu uns in Bett und wartet, daß er schlank gemacht wird ".
Die Tageszeitung (1997)
Streßdiät Die amerikanischen Erfinder setzen darauf, daß unter Streß der Körper Fettpolster abbaut.
Die Tageszeitung (1998)
Wachstum und Gewinne der zurückliegenden vier Jahrzehnte haben der europäischen Nummer eins zudem ein dickes Fettpolster an Vermögen beschert.
Die Tageszeitung (1995)

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