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fat·ty

 (făt′ē)
adj. fat·ti·er, fat·ti·est
1. Containing or composed of fat: fatty food; fatty deposits.
2. Characteristic of fat; greasy.
3. Derived from or chemically related to fat.
n. also fat·tie (făt′ē) pl. fat·ties Derogatory
A fat person.

fat′ti·ly adv.
fat′ti·ness n.

fatty

(ˈfætɪ)
adj, -tier or -tiest
1. (Biochemistry) containing, consisting of, or derived from fat
2. having the properties of fat; greasy; oily
3. (Physiology) (esp of tissues, organs, etc) characterized by the excessive accumulation of fat
n, pl -ties
informal a fat person
ˈfattily adv
ˈfattiness n

fat•ty1

(ˈfæt i)

adj. -ti•er, -ti•est.
1. consisting of, containing, or resembling fat: fatty tissue.
2. characterized by excessive accumulation of fat.
[1350–1400]
fat′ti•ly, adv.
fat′ti•ness, n.

fat•ty2

(ˈfæt i)

n., pl. -ties.
usage: This term is usually used with disparaging intent and perceived as insulting. However, it is sometimes used in a humorous way without intent to offend.
n. Informal: Usually Disparaging and Offensive.
(a term used to refer to a fat person.)
[1790–1800]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fatty - a rotund individualfatty - a rotund individual      
large person - a person of greater than average size
Adj.1.fatty - containing or composed of fat; "fatty food"; "fat tissue"
fat-free, fatless, nonfat - without fat or fat solids; "nonfat or fat-free milk"

fatty

adjective greasy, fat, creamy, oily, adipose, oleaginous, suety, rich fatty acids

fatty

adjective
1. Having the qualities of fat:
Translations
دُهْنـي
tlustýtučný
fedfedtholdig
fitugur

fatty

[ˈfætɪ]
A. ADJ (fattier (compar) (fattiest (superl)))
1. [food] → graso
2. (Anat) [tissue] → adiposo
B. Ngordo/a m/f
fatty!¡gordo!
C. CPD fatty acid Nácido m graso

fatty

[ˈfæti]
adj [food] → gras(se)
n
(pejorative)gros (grosse)m/ffatty acid nacide m grasfatty tissue ntissu m adipeux

fatty

adj (+er)fett; (= greasy)fettig; fatty depositsFettablagerungen pl; fatty tissueFettgewebe nt; fatty tumourFettgeschwulst f; they have a fattier diet than ussie ernähren sich fettreicher als wir
n (inf)Dickerchen nt (inf)

fatty

[ˈfætɪ]
1. adj (foods) → grasso/a (Anat) (tissue) → grasso/a, adiposo/a
2. n (fam) → ciccione/a

fat

(fӕt) noun
1. an oily substance made by the bodies of animals and by some plants. This meat has got a lot of fat on it.
2. a kind of such substance, used especially for cooking. There are several good cooking fats on the market.
adjective
1. having a lot of fat on one's body; large, heavy and round in shape. He was a very fat child.
2. large or abundant. Her business made a fat profit; A fat lot of good that is! (= That is no good at all)
ˈfatness noun
ˈfatten verb
(often with up) to make or become fat. They are fattening up a turkey to eat at Christmas.
ˈfatty adjective
containing, or like, fat. This meat is very fatty.
ˈfattiness noun
ˈfat-head noun
a stupid person.

fat·ty

a. adiposo-a, grasoso-a;
___ acidsácidos grasos;
___ cirrhosiscirrosis ___;
___ degenerationdegeneración ___;
___ heartcorazón ___;
___ herniahernia ___;
___ infiltrationinfiltración ___;
___ kidneyriñón ___;
___ liverhígado ___;
___ oilaceite ___;
___ tumorlipoma;
___ tissuetejido ___.

fatty

adj (comp -tier; super -tiest) (tissue) adiposo (form), graso; (food) graso, grasoso
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