barrel-chested

barrel-chested

adj
(Anatomy) having a large rounded chest

bar•rel-chest•ed

(ˈbær əlˌtʃɛs tɪd)

adj.
having a broad chest.
Translations

barrel-chested

[ˈbærəlˈtʃestɪd] ADJde pecho fuerte y grueso
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Our study understanding brain regions with antisocial Stephane Physically they were reckoned to be barrel-chested with a reduced chin.
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