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fat·so

 (făt′sō)
n. pl. fat·soes Derogatory
A fat person.
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fatso

(ˈfætsəʊ)
n, pl -sos or -soes
slang a fat person: used as an insulting or disparaging term of address
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fat•so

(ˈfæt soʊ)

n., pl. -sos, -soes.
usage: This term is usually used with disparaging intent and perceived as insulting. However, it is sometimes used in a humorous way without intent to offend.
n.
Slang: Usually Disparaging and Offensive. (a term used to refer to or address a fat person.)
[1940–45; perhaps Fats a nickname for a fat person (see fat, -s4) + -o]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fatso - a rotund individualfatso - a rotund individual      
large person - a person of greater than average size
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Translations

fatso

[ˈfætsəʊ] N (fatsos or fatsoes (pl)) (pej) → gordo/a m/f
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fatso

n (inf)Dicke(r) mf (inf), → Fettsack m (pej inf)
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