flab


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flab

 (flăb)
n.
Soft fatty body tissue.

[Back-formation from flabby.]

flab

(flæb)
n
unsightly or unwanted fat on the body; flabbiness
[C20: back formation from flabby]

flab

(flæb)

n.
loose, excessive flesh.
[back formation from flabby]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.flab - loose or flaccid body fat
adipose tissue, fatty tissue, fat - a kind of body tissue containing stored fat that serves as a source of energy; it also cushions and insulates vital organs; "fatty tissue protected them from the severe cold"

flab

noun fat, flesh, flabbiness, fleshiness, weight, beef (informal), heaviness, slackness, plumpness, loose flesh He had a hefty roll of flab over his waistband.
Translations

flab

[flæb] Ngordura f

flab

[ˈflæb] ngraisse f

flab

n (inf)Speck m; to fight or beat the flab (hum)etwas für die schlanke Linie tun, Fitnesstraining machen

flab

n rollos (de grasa)
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Critique: Exceptionally well written, organized, presented, informed and informative, "Baby Bod: Turn Flab to Fab in 12 Weeks Flat
Corresponding to the number of winners, the volume of souvenir gold that will be rewarded to obese adults and kids who shed the flab in the campaign this time has also more than doubled compared to what was given away in the first edition of the contest last year.
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I'm so sick of country girl Jessica banging on about her failed marriage, her flab and how she was never happy thin.
For women who often go over the top taking extreme steps to lose flab and end up adding years to their faces, the news couldn't have come in a better time.
UNDER-FIRE Argentina boss Diego Maradona had a taxing time when he went back to Italy last week to shed some excess flab at a health farm and clinic.
PEOPLE on Tyneside wanting to fight the post-Christmas flab are being given a helping hand by support groups.
We just have that line where the roll of flab under our bras meets the roll of flab over the top of our pants.
THE New Year bid to fight the flab will prompt about 100,000 people to join a gym, a new survey says.
It's the one I'd pick out as the star of the seven, though the 2001, with its touches of richness, looks like it may eventually match or even surpass the '97, and the somewhat contrasting 2002, sans an iota of flab and a hint of earthiness, that also would seem to have a prolonged and renowned life.
I loved Esquire's "The More You Weigh, the More You Pay"--proposing that Americans get weighed at a federal weigh station so they can be assessed a flab tax--by Joshua Foer.
The Weigh No More programme, devised by South Durham and Darlington Nutrition and Dietetics Service, has so far helped more than 40 people fight the flab.