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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
References in classic literature ?
There is no positive disease; there is only a chronic feebleness -- a fatty degeneration -- a want of vital power in the organ itself.
Almost as soon as he had spoken, a portly upright man (whom I can see now, as I write) in a well-worn olive-coloured frock-coat, with a peculiar pallor over-spreading the red in his complexion, and eyes that went wandering about when he tried to fix them, came up to a corner of the bars, and put his hand to his hat - which had a greasy and fatty surface like cold broth - with a half-serious and half-jocose military salute.
Then in the case of excisions you have all kinds of secondary changes, pigmentary disturbances, modifications of the passions, alterations in the secretion of fatty tissue.
I believe that you are suffering from what is called fatty degeneration of the heart, a disease which was first divined and explored by Laennec, the man who gave us the stethoscope, not so very many years ago.
And I'll say, 'Why, the funeral of that good-for-nothing, gambling, whiskey-drinking Burning Daylight--the man that died of fatty degeneration of the heart from sitting in night and day at the business game 'Yes ma'am,' I'll say, 'he's sure a gone 'coon, but I've come to take his place and make you happy.
And one woman, nursing a child at her breast, called to Dakon: "Say, Fatty, I'll give you a meal for your skate--ham and potatoes, currant jelly, white bread, canned butter, and two cups of coffee.
I always did think there was somethin' wrong with Fatty anyway.
But you can still drink, I hope"; Fatty at the same time mollified and invited, with his one hand deftly pulling the slip-knots that fastened his bundle.
His presence was a chill, and Whiskers and Fatty instinctively drew together for protection against the unguessed threat of him.
sneered the terrible one, with such dreadfulness of menace as to cause Whiskers and Fatty involuntarily to close their hands down on their cave-man's weapons.
We ain't lookin' for trouble, Slim," Fatty quavered.
His steps were the short and shuffling ones of a man advanced in years and in fatty degeneration, but of a sudden they stopped beneath my very eyes.