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tính từ
được vỗ béo (để giết thịt)
béo, mập, béo phì, mũm mĩm
béo, đậm nét (chữ in)
béo, có dầu, có mỡ
béo (than)
dính, nhờn (chất đất...)
màu mỡ, tốt
đất màu mỡ
béo bở, có lợi, có lãi
việc làm béo bở
đầy ắp
túi tiền đầy ắp, túi tiền dầy cộm
chậm chạp, trì độn
(từ lóng) sự đen đủi, sự không may chút nào
số hắn ta đen đủi quá, hắn ta chẳng may mắn chút nào
(từ lóng) nhiều gớm ( (ý mỉa mai)), rất ít, cóc khô
tưởng bở lắm đấy à
cậu thì biết cóc khô gì về chuyện ấy
tớ cóc cần
danh từ
mỡ, chất béo
(hoá học) glyxêrit
(sân khấu) vai thích hợp
cằn nhằn, lẽ sự
sắp có chuyện gay cấn
ngồi mát ăn bát vàng
ăn mừng nhân dịp nào đó
Chuyên ngành Anh - Việt
Hoá học
chất béo, mỡ dầu mỡ
Kỹ thuật
mỡ, chất béo || béo, có dầu, có mỡ
Sinh học
Xây dựng, Kiến trúc
mỡ (bôi trơn)
Từ điển Anh - Anh


fat (făt) noun

1. a. The ester of glycerol and one, two, or three fatty acids. b. Any of various soft, solid, or semisolid organic compounds constituting the esters of glycerol and fatty acids and their associated organic groups. c. A mixture of such compounds occurring widely in organic tissue, especially in the adipose tissue of animals and in the seeds, nuts, and fruits of plants. d. Animal tissue containing such substances. e. A solidified animal or vegetable oil.

2. Obesity; corpulence.

3. The best or richest part: living off the fat of the land.

4. Unnecessary excess: "would drain the appropriation's fat without cutting into education's muscle" (New York Times).


fatter, fattest

1. Having much or too much fat or flesh; plump or obese.

2. Full of fat or oil; greasy.

3. Abounding in desirable elements.

4. Fertile or productive; rich: "It was a fine, green, fat landscape" (Robert Louis Stevenson).

5. Having an abundance or amplitude; well-stocked: a fat larder.

6. a. Yielding profit or plenty; lucrative or rewarding: a fat promotion. b. Prosperous; wealthy: grew fat on illegal profits.

7. a. Thick; large: a fat book. b. Puffed up; swollen: a fat lip.

verb, transitive & intransitive

fatted, fatting, fats

To make or become fat; fatten.


a fat lot Slang

Very little or none at all: a fat lot of good it will do him.

fat chance Slang

Very little or no chance.


[Middle English, from Old English fǣtt.]

fatʹly adverb

fatʹness noun

Synonyms: fat, obese, corpulent, fleshy, portly, stout, pudgy, rotund, plump, chubby. These adjectives mean having an abundance and often an excess of flesh. Fat implies excessive weight and is generally unfavorable in its connotations: not merely overweight but downright fat. Obese and corpulent imply gross overweight: "a woman of robust frame . . . though stout, not obese" (Charlotte Brontë). Her father is too corpulent to play handball. Fleshy implies a not necessarily excessive abundance of flesh: firm, fleshy arms. Portly and stout are sometimes used as polite terms to describe fatness. In stricter application portly refers to a person whose bulk is combined with a stately or imposing bearing, and stout, to a person with a thickset, bulky figure: "a portly, rubicund man of middle age" (Winston Churchill). Even slim girls can become stout matrons. Pudgy means short and fat: pudgy fingers. Rotund suggests roundness of figure, often in a squat person: "this pink-faced rotund specimen of prosperity" (George Eliot). Plump applies to a pleasing fullness of figure: a plump, rosy little girl. A chubby person is round and plump: a chubby toddler; chubby cheeks.

Đồng nghĩa - Phản nghĩa
fat (adj)
  • overweight, plump, chubby, stout, portly, obese, heavy, tubby (informal), flabby (informal), pudgy (informal), podgy
    antonym: thin
  • fatty, greasy, oily, blubbery (informal), oleaginous
    antonym: lean
  • thick, chunky (informal), big, large, huge, enormous, wide, hefty, sizable
    antonym: slim
  • rich, wealthy, affluent, well-off, prosperous, well-to-do
    antonym: poor
  • fat (n)
    flab, blubber (informal), adipose tissue, padding, insulation