heavy-set

heavy-set

adj
(of a person) having a large build
Translations

heavy-set

[ˈhevɪˈset] ADJ (esp US) → corpulento, fornido

heavy-set

[ˌhɛvɪˈsɛt] adj (esp Am) → tarchiato/a
References in classic literature ?
A moment later he emerged, a heavy-set young fellow of eighteen or nineteen, with a glowering, villainous countenance, trailing at his heels.
I saw a guy probably 6ft 4ins to 6ft 5ins, quite a heavy-set man, looked Caucasian from about 50 yards away," he said.
Vallily's display was somewhat subdued at times, but it proved very effective in the end as he defeated the heavy-set Polish southpaw by an almost shutout margin.
Heavy-set Wilson, of Rotterdam Court in the east of the city, denied a charge of assault occasioning actual bodily harm.
An amateur video of the New York arrest shows Garner, a heavy-set man who suffered from asthma and had six children, gasping "I can't breathe, I can't breathe" as police officers held him to the ground.
But the bald-headed and heavy-set father said he told officers he believed they were looking for his 21-year-old son, Ivan Junior, who was slim and with an Afro haircut.
However, in the Park Avenue incident, the suspect was described as a heavy-set male about 6 feet tall.
And a self-confessed "car geek" said he saw a silver Vauxhall Astra with a broken wing mirror being driven on the A77 on April 20 that year by a heavy-set woman.
The first of the two offenders is described as being white, around 5ft 11ins to 6ft tall and aged in his 20s to early 30s, with short brown hair and of large build with heavy-set features.
Three scarlet plumes sprouted from his helm, the mark of a former champion, and he rode a heavy-set Cleveland with feathered hocks.
One of the most underrated players of all time - perhaps, deeply unfairly, because of his heavy-set build and slightly plodding nature - looks as if he will be defeated by his own physique," she added.
Another time Jack Black invited him to a screening of a movie but before it started, this heavy-set lady gave a really long speech.