beefy


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beef·y

 (bē′fē)
adj. beef·i·er, beef·i·est
1.
a. Muscular in build; brawny: a beefy wrestler.
b. Substantial; filling: "a rather ... beefy, densely colored wine" (Robert M. Parker, Jr.).
2. Filled with beef.

beef′i·ness n.

beefy

(ˈbiːfɪ)
adj, beefier or beefiest
1. like beef
2. informal muscular; brawny
3. informal fleshy; obese
ˈbeefily adv
ˈbeefiness n

beef•y

(ˈbi fi)

adj. beef•i•er, beef•i•est.
1. of or like beef.
2. brawny; thickset; heavy.
[1735–45]
beef′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.beefy - muscular and heavily builtbeefy - muscular and heavily built; "a beefy wrestler"; "had a tall burly frame"; "clothing sizes for husky boys"; "a strapping boy of eighteen"; "`buirdly' is a Scottish term"
Scotland - one of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; located on the northern part of the island of Great Britain; famous for bagpipes and plaids and kilts
robust - sturdy and strong in form, constitution, or construction; "a robust body"; "a robust perennial"

beefy

adjective (Informal) brawny, strong, powerful, athletic, strapping, robust, hefty (informal), muscular, sturdy, stalwart, bulky, burly, stocky, hulking, well-built, herculean, sinewy, thickset The place was packed with beefy ex-footballers
weak, frail, skinny, feeble, puny, scrawny
Translations
سَمين، بَدينمِثْل لَحْم البَقَر
hovězíobéznísvalnatý
muskuløs
naudanlihapitoinen
holdmikill; vöîvamikillnautakjöts-
hovädzítlstý
iri yarısığır eti gibi

beefy

[ˈbiːfɪ] ADJ (beefier (compar) (beefiest (superl))) (= brawny) → fornido

beefy

[ˈbiːfi] adj (= brawny) [person] → costaud(e)

beefy

adj (+er)fleischig

beefy

[ˌbiːfɪ] adj (fam) → muscoloso/a
a big beefy fellow → un tipo grande e grosso

beef

(biːf) noun
the flesh of a bull, cow or ox, used as food.
beefy adjective
1. of or like beef. a beefy taste.
2. having a lot of fat or muscle. a beefy man.
References in classic literature ?
Beefy jerked his great head toward an open door, and the tail of my eye caught the glint of glasses in the firelight, but the rest of it was otherwise engaged.
And I saw that Beefy's ears were blue; but Raffles was feeling in his pockets as he spoke.
"Well, sir," concluded Olphert, "we left old Beefy Smith hanging on to his hand, and this gentleman with him, so perhaps he can tell us what happened next?"
"I don't believe Beefy ever would," put in Olphert.
The young mule's teeth snapped, and I heard him say something about not being afraid of any beefy old bullock in the world.
He was a big, beefy, red-faced personage, full-jowled and double-chinned, sweating at his desk in his shirt-sleeves.
Despite the fact both are welterweights with matching 3-0 records, 'Beefy' won the senior ABA title with real style just last year while Quigley had been inactive for some time prior to turning professional.
And Nasser Hussain has revealed it's best not to make the error of dropping the title when Beefy is enjoying a post-match tipple.
That's because Brad Donelan is a former professional cricketer and 'Beefy' was the ex-spin bowler's first ever wicket!
For the first time members of the public will be able to join "Beefy" as he walks to help blood cancer charity Leukaemia Research beat childhood leukaemia.
The sports star, nicknamed Beefy, finished his career as England's leading Test wicket-taker with 383 victims and more than 5,000 Test runs.
The Test emphasises how Durham have grown and developed since firstclass cricket was introduced to the North East not that long ago and, of course, the Beefy one had much to do with its launch.