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 ?
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?
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.
An increasingly beefy Gerard Butler rips into his role as a sleazy Los Angeles cop in this effective action heist thriller.
Bird man Beefy "LET them eat cake", dozy Marie-Anoinette said of the 18th century Paris poor who had no bread.
The sporting hero, nicknamed Beefy, is championing a charity scheme to provide 500,000 free meals of game to the poor.
She also drew on her own experience of caring for her autistic and intellectually disabled older brother Beefy during her teenage years.
MR HEWLETT insists that Beefy is referred to as Sir Ian, the peer of the realm (Feedback, August 13).
In a set reminiscent of classic sitcom Sykes, we found the old mates providing a platform for sexy neighbour Julie (Morgana Robinson), flamboyant, salacious Beefy (Matt Berry) and Geordie Bosh (Dan Skinner).
Reece Shearsmith guest stars as Santa, Julie hopes for a kiss with Vic, and Beefy is made an offer he can't refuse.
PAUL Hollywood yesterday said he was surprised at how beefy blokes have become sweet on The Great British Bake Off.
HOUSE OF FOOLS BBC2, 10pm Vic and Bob are back with sexy neighbour Julie (Morgana Robinson), salacious Beefy (Matt Berry) and Vic's brother Bosh (Dan Skinner) among others.