heavily-built

Translations

heavily-built

[ˌhɛvɪlɪˈbɪlt] adjdi corporatura robusta, massiccio/a
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75km and demolish heavily-built concrete buildings in Penarth, Ely and Llanedeyrn.
In his notebook, he said: "We pulled out a heavily-built man who appeared to be in his 50s.
Heavily-built Salvador had also smashed his way through garden fences and broken into a neighbour's house before he was finally arrested during a violent struggle with police in which he was Tasered six times.
The crook was described as a heavily-built white man, 6ft 2ins tall and aged 20 to 30.
Two women, one blonde and one dark, assaulted the girlfriend and a heavily-built man punched and stamped on her boyfriend's head.
The woman was said to be in her 20s, heavily-built with tied-back brown hair, an oval face, and wearing grey trousers.
Geordies stepped in to help as the heavily-built Ashington man was restrained and tied up with seat-belts.
Over the years I've always admired the stout, heavily-built synthetic cases most manufacturers use to transport display guns to trade shows, writer-events and sales calls.
Judge Brian Lewis said the heavily-built 21-year-old hit Kimberley Quinn with a "haymaker of a punch".
He is 6ft, very broad, heavily-built and has a black beard and moustache.
But he's still in very good shape for such a heavily-built man.
You need a heavily-built machine that will live in severe demolition applications, and you need a high degree of stability.