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fat /fæt/ adjective (comparative fatter, superlative fattest)

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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- overweight, corpulent, heavy, obese, plump, podgy, portly, rotund, stout, tubby
- fatty, adipose, greasy, oily, oleaginous
- fatness, blubber, bulk, corpulence, flab, flesh, obesity, paunch
Antonyms: lean
Contrasted words: angular, gaunt, lank, lanky, rawboned, scrawny, skinny, spare, slender, slight, slim, thin, narrow
Related Idioms: broad in the beam, fat as a pig
Related Words: beefy, bulky, chunky, dumpy, full-bodied, heavyset, squat, stocky, stubby, thick, thickset, paunchy, potbellied, brawny, burly, husky, broad, deep, wide
English Thesaurus: fat, overweight, big/large, obese, chubby, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. fat1 S2 W3 /fæt/ adjective (comparative fatter, superlative fattest)
[Word Family: adjective: fat, fattening, fatty, fatted; noun: fat, fatty; verb: fatten]
[Language: Old English; Origin: fætt]

1. FLESH weighing too much because you have too much flesh on your body Antonym : thin:
Are you suggesting I’m too fat?
a short fat man in his early fifties
You’ll get fat if you eat all that chocolate.
He looks much fatter than in his photo.

2. OBJECT thick or wide Antonym : thin:
Dobbs was smoking a fat cigar.
a big fat book

3. MONEY [only before noun] informal containing or worth a large amount of money:
a fat cheque
Of course the supermarkets’ aim is to make fat profits.

4. fat chance informal used to say that something is very unlikely to happen
fat chance of
‘You can go to bed now and sleep easy.’ ‘Fat chance of that!’

5. (a) fat lot of good/use spoken not at all useful or helpful:
Fat lot of use you are in the kitchen.

6. fat cat informal someone who has too much money, especially someone who is paid too much for their job – used in order to show disapproval:
the fat cats at the top who have recently been given obscene pay increases

7. in fat city American English old-fashioned having plenty of money

8. grow fat on something to become rich because of something – used to show disapproval:
The finance men had grown fat on managing other people’s money.

9. a fat lip informal a lip that is swollen because it has been hit:
My friend was badly injured with bruised ribs and a fat lip.

10. APPROVAL informal another spelling of phat – used to show approval, especially of someone or something that is fashionable, interesting, or attractive
fat/phat beats (=music that sounds good)
Check out these fat beats.
—fatness noun [uncountable]:
a rise in fatness in children

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. fat2 noun
[Word Family: adjective: fat, fattening, fatty, fatted; noun: fat, fatty; verb: fatten]

1. [uncountable] a substance that is stored under the skin of people and animals, that helps to keep them warm:
Rolls of fat bulged over his collar.
I didn’t like the meat – there was too much fat on it.

2. [uncountable and countable] an oily substance contained in certain foods:
Cream has a high fat content.
high/low in fat
This cheese is relatively low in fat.
You should think about reducing your fat intake (=the amount of fat you eat).
a low-fat dietsaturated fat

3. [uncountable and countable] an oily substance taken from animals or plants and used in cooking:
Place the chicken in the hot fat.

4. the fat is in the fire used to say that there will be trouble because of something that has happened

5. live off the fat of the land to get enough money to live comfortably without doing much work

6. run to fat to start to become fat, especially because you are getting older or do not do much exercise
chew the fat at chew1(4), ⇒ puppy fat

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

VERBS be, feel, look | become, get, grow | make sb Try to cut out the foods that are making you fat.
ADV. enormously, hugely, immensely, really, very | quite, rather | grossly, monstrously
PHRASES big/great fat sitting next to a big fat woman a big fat envelope stuffed with banknotes

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

I. substance directly under your skin
ADJ. excess, surplus | body | puppy It wasn't easy to lose puppy fat when Mum fed her on stodgy home cooking.
VERB + FAT go to, put on, run to If you eat too much you will put on fat. She was middle-aged and running to fat.
burn (off), lose, shed Exercise helps you burn off excess fat.
break down Claims that anti-cellulite creams can break down fat are controversial.
FAT + VERB accumulate The waistline is usually the first area where fat accumulates.
PHRASES not an ounce of fat His body was all muscle, with not an ounce of fat.
a roll of fat He had great rolls of fat round his middle.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. in your diet/used in cooking
ADJ. dietary | added, excess, extra, surplus | visible | animal, vegetable | mono-unsaturated, polyunsaturated, saturated, unsaturated margarines that contain polyunsaturated fats
cooking | bacon, beef, etc. | hot Put the chicken in hot fat and braise thoroughly.
VERB + FAT contain, have This cheese has a lot of fat in it.
be high/low in fat Ice cream is high in fat and sugar.
eat The amount of fat you eat can affect the health of your heart.
cut down on It's easy to cut down on fat without changing your diet too much.
cut out She has cut out fat altogether in an effort to lose weight.
cut, trim Trim any visible fat off the meat before cooking.
drain (off), pour off, skim off Remove the turkey from the pan and drain off the excess fat.
FAT + VERB contain sth Fats contain more calories than carbohydrates for the same weight.
spit The only sound from the kitchen was the lamb fat spitting.
FAT + NOUN intake the relationship between fat intake and cholesterol levels
content Despite its very low fat content, it is deliciously creamy.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

DUBIOUS: His wife is a little bit too fat.
GOOD: His wife is slightly overweight.
DUBIOUS: He's got very fat since we last saw each other.
GOOD: He's put on a lot of weight since we last saw each other.

Usage Note:
In western society being fat is considered to be unattractive. The word fat is common but it is not polite. To say the same thing in a less direct way, use words such as overweight (weighing more than is normal), plump (having a pleasantly rounded shape), chubby (to describe babies and children), stout (short and rather fat), or large /big : 'Large people sometimes have difficulty finding fashionable clothes to fit them.' Another way to avoid fat is to use a phrase such as put on weight or (have) a weight problem: 'He's worried about his weight problem.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

See: chew the fat

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