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bloat·ed

 (blō′tĭd)
adj.
1. Much larger than is normal or desirable: a bloated bureaucracy; a bloated ego.
2. Immoderately wealthy: A bloated plutocrat.
3. Medicine Swollen or distended beyond normal size by fluid or gaseous material.

bloated

(ˈbləʊtɪd)
adj
1. swollen, as with a liquid, air, or wind
2. puffed up, as with conceit

bloat•ed

(ˈbloʊ tɪd)

adj.
1. puffed up.
2. conceited.
[1655–65]
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bloated

adjective
2. too full, stuffed (informal), blown up, swollen up, uncomfortably full Diners do not want to leave the table feeling bloated.
Translations

bloated

[ˈbləʊtɪd] ADJ
1. (= swollen) [stomach] → hinchado; [face] → hinchado, abotargado
to feel bloatedsentirse hinchado
2. (fig) [bureaucracy] → excesivo; [budget, ego] → inflado
bloated with pridehenchido de orgullo

bloated

[ˈbləʊtɪd] adj [face] → bouffi(e); [stomach, body] → gonflé(e)
to feel bloated → se sentir ballonné(e)

bloated

adj
aufgedunsen; I feel absolutely bloated (inf)ich bin zum Platzen voll (inf)
(fig, with pride, self-importance) → aufgeblasen (→ with vor +dat)

bloated

[ˈbləʊtɪd] adj (also) (fig) bloated (with)gonfio/a (di)

bloated

a. distendido-a, aventado-a, hinchado-a, inflado-a.

bloated

adj distendido, hinchado; to feel — sentirse hinchado, hincharse(le) (a uno) el estómago
References in classic literature ?
I tell you it will be more tolerable for the Fejee that salted down a lean missionary in his cellar against a coming famine; it will be more tolerable for that provident Fejee, I say, in the day of judgment, than for thee, civilized and enlightened gourmand, who nailest geese to the ground and feastest on their bloated livers in thy pate-de-foie-gras.
A man with a bloated face opened the strong wicket, to whom Defarge presented "The Emigrant Evremonde.
Is it a millionaire from the other side, trying to make records, or a member of our bloated aristocracy?
A person putting a glass to his eyes, could even recognise further a small envious countenance, and also that a bloated soullet dangled at the stalk.
Even the deep, burning eyes seemed set amongst swollen flesh, for the lids and pouches underneath were bloated.
While we were comforting ourselves by the fire after our meal, the Jack - who was sitting in a corner, and who had a bloated pair of shoes on, which he had exhibited while we were eating our eggs and bacon, as interesting relics that he had taken a few days ago from the feet of a drowned seaman washed ashore - asked me if we had seen a four-oared galley going up with the tide?
When, in the gathering dark- ness, he could no longer see the purple, bloated face and the burning eyes, a curious fancy came to him.
War, the red animal, war, the blood-swollen god, would have bloated fill.
And this was clearly the case; for the thing was a drowned and bloated corpse.
In order to confine the dignity of Hadji to gentlemen of patrician blood and possessions, the Emperor decreed that no man should make the pilgrimage save bloated aristocrats who were worth a hundred dollars in specie.
The old men, dim-eyed, toothless, bald, sallow, and bloated, or gaunt and wrinkled, were especially striking.
The leader was a mighty fellow with a great shock of coarse black hair and a red, bloated face almost concealed by a huge matted black beard.