Most obese people have trouble with their knees.
He was large and obese.
Now one out of three Americans is obese, and a second third of the population is overweight.
Many Americans are obese.
An obese, diabetic Mother Will Have obese children from generation to generation
She was not just overweight; she was clinically obese. / The doctor told her she was obese and had to go on a diet.
She was not just overweight; she was clinically obese.
an obese patient
He has a sweet tooth so it isn't suprising that he is obese.
She should lose a few kilos - she is a bit obese.
A lot of people in UK are obese
Angielskie słowo "otyły" (obese) występuje w zestawach:100+ways to avoid usinh the Word VeryAppearance / Wygląd zewnętrzny (eng-pol)Longman Repetytorium Maturalne CzłowiekUNIT 1 body+body language+clothes and fashionCzłowiek cz. 1 – Personal data & Appearance
a corpulent man
Angielskie słowo "otyły" (corpulent) występuje w zestawach:Vocabulary III - Appearance, Body PartsFiszki z książki - "Food in War Time" (Graham Lusk)Fiszki z książki - "Tar Heel Tales" (H. E. C. Bryant)Fiszki z książki - "The Jingle Book" (Carolyn Wells)Fiszki z książki - "Deepfreeze" (Robert Donald Locke)
He is overweight.
About 65% of American adults are overweight, which isn't good for their health.
Slighty overweight girls would look cuter if they lost a little weight.
For as long as Tom could remember, his parents had been overweight.
I am overweight, because i ate too much.
An increasing number of people are eating too much and becoming overweight.
What with having no exercise and being overweight, he had a heart attack.
The overweight couple seems to be in love.
My luggage was overweight BY five kilos. Your bad is 10 kilos overweight.
I'm only a few kilos overweight, but I just can't seem to lose them. / He used to be very overweight.
The doctor told her she was overweight and this was affecting her health.
In Poland there are less overweight children than in America.
Nearly half the people in this country are overweight.
A polite way of saying 'fat'. He's a bit overweight.
Mrs. Brown warned Beth that if she didn't eat properly she would be permanently overweight.
Angielskie słowo "otyły" (overweight) występuje w zestawach:zdrowie - macmillan matura podstawowaPOWTÓRZENIE SŁÓWKA ROZ. 1,2,3+11 (ZDROWIE)Gimnazjum repetytorium macmillan unit 1 człowiekang III gim rozdzial 1słówka 02.10.2016 2/3
Just as there are few fat "old maids," there are few fat bachelors.
A fat man seldom dislikes anybody very hard or for very long.
Fat hens lay few eggs.
Almost the only time a fat man loses his temper is when he has been deprived of his food.
Many U.S. politicians depend on contributions from fat cats for their campaigns.
You never know, she might tell him the truth. "Yeah, fat chance!"
In the carriage sat a gentleman, not attractive, but also not unattractive, not too fat nor too thin; one could not call him old, but he also was not too young.
We've got taller so they don't fit. "Right, it's certainly not that we've got fat!" "The useful phrase 'grown up' is our trump card."
She was, unlike her daughter, of small stature and her body was fat on the sides. It was as if a human head had been fitted unto the body of a pig.
Would King Albert have an affair with Princess Diana? I think not. He's too fat.
Every Tuesday her fat little fingers flew like birds up and down the keys of song too.
Jane is fat and rude, and smokes too much. However, Ken thinks she's lovely and charming. That's why they say love is blind.
The fat woman, the young couple, the sleeping Indian and the tall man in black, but now skin and flesh and hair had disappeared, and empty eye sockets stared from gleaming white skulls.
I know I should avoid fatty food, but, unfortunately, I really like it.
Angielskie słowo "otyły" (fat) występuje w zestawach:klasa 4-Unit 2 słówka bodyklasa 4 OPISYWANIE POSTACIJacek Ciszewski wyglądappearance wygląd
Thanks to his intelligence and appearance, he perfectly fits the stereotype of the beefy security guard.
It has quite a strong, sharp flavor and aroma that has been described variously as “spicy,” “nutty” (or “almond-like”), “fruity,” and even “beefy.” (It seems somehow incestuous to refer to a milk product as “beefy,” but maybe that’s just me.)
Angielskie słowo "otyły" (beefy) występuje w zestawach:Harry Potter