fat

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Englisch - Türkisch
şişman

Bu pastanın neredeyse hepsini yiyen çocuk çok şişman olmalı. - The child who ate almost all this cake must be very fat.

Çok fazla yersen şişmanlarsın. - If you eat too much you will become fat.

tombul

O bebek tombul ve sağlıklı. - That baby is fat and healthy.

Dünyanın en büyük şarkıcıları ve ünlü müzisyenlerinin çoğu şişmandır ya da en azından bariz şekilde tombuldur. - The world's greatest singers and most of its famous musicians have been fat or at least decidedly plump.

şişko

Diğer çocuklar onu Şişko diye çağırıyor. - The other children call him Fatty.

Bana şişko mu dedin sen? - Did you just call me fat?

yağ

Vücut ekstra kaloriyi yağa dönüştürür. - The body converts extra calories into fat.

Diyetin çok fazla yağlı mıdır? - Does your diet have too much fat?

{i} içyağı
{f} şişmanlatmak
{f} semirtmek
kalın

Parmaklarım bu eldivenlere sığmayacak kadar kalın. - My fingers are too fat to fit into these gloves.

{s} kilolu

Bu pantolonla kilolu görünüyor muyum? - Do I look fat in these jeans?

yüklü
şişkin
dolgun
(et) yağlı
{s} besili
{s} yağlı

Yağlı bir diyeti sevmiyorum. - I don't like a fat diet.

Yağlı yiyecekleri sevmiyorum. - I don't like fatty foods.

seçim öncesi partisine maddi yardımda bulunan kimse
{s} kârlı
{s} semiz
{s} bereketli
(Tıp) Yağ gliserol ve bir yağ asidinin birleşmesinden meydana gelen cisim. Wool, fat
bol ve iyi
{f} yağ bağlatmak
{f} besiye çekmek
{s} kazançlı
{s} verimli

Babam ona yardım etmesi için verimli bir asistan istiyor. - My father wants an efficient assistant to help him.

argo zengin adam
slang şişko
(Bilgisayar) dosya dizini
şişmak
gövdeli
fat as a pig
yağ tulumu gibi
fat cat
zengin adam
fat cell
yağ hücresi
fat coal
yağlı kömür
fat coal
ziftli kömür
fat content
yağ miktarı
fat embolism
yağ embolisi
fat enough
yeterince şişman
fat free
yağsız
fat person
şişman kişi
fat solvent
yağ çözücü
fat as a pig
şişman bir domuz gibi
fat ass
(Argo) 1. Koca götlü2. Tembel, kıçını kaldırmayan
fat cats
Şişman kediler
fat client
(Bilgisayar) Güçlü istemci
fat coal
yağlı kömür, ziftli kömür
fat deposition
Yağlanma
fat farm
zayıflama merkezi

Ayşe spend two weeks in fat farm to loose weight for her wedding.

fat font
yağ font
fat guts
yağ bağırsaklar
fat head
yağlı kafa
fat lady
şişman hanım
fat meat
yağ et
fat office
yağ ofis
fat separator
yağ ayırıcı
fat headed
mankafa
fat headed
aptal
fat headed
kalın kafalı
fat stock
besiye çekilen hayvanlar
fat stock
kesimlik hayvanlar
fat stock
besi hayvanları
fat up
yağ bağlatmak
fat up
semirtmek
fat up
şişmanlatmak
dietary fat
Vücuda beslenme yoluyla alınan yağ, gıda yağı
get fat
(Fiili Deyim ) şişmanlamak
grow fat
kilo almak
low fat
az yağlı
chew the fat
(Argo) havadan sudan konuşmak
chew the fat
(Argo) laflamak
fatness
semen
gain fat
(Gıda) yağ bağlamak
low fat
(Gıda) yağsız
skimmed fat
(Gıda) kef
trim the fat
(Ev ile ilgili) Fazlalıkları atmak, işe yaramayan kısımlardan kurtulmak
whole fat cheese
(Gıda) tam yağlı peynir
wool fat
lanolin
a fat lot
hiç
animal fat
hayvansal yağ
as fat as
kadar şişman
fatter
{f} daha şişman

Tom Mary'den çok daha şişman. - Tom is much fatter than Mary.

Tom eskisinden çok daha şişman. - Tom is much fatter than he used to be.

fattest
en şişman
wool fat
yün yağı
The fat is in the fire
Şimdi kıyamet kopacak
a fat chance
argo çok zayıf bir ihtimal
as fat as
gibi şişman
brown fat
kahverengi yağ
caul fat
Memeli hayvanlarda bağırsakları dıştan saran yağlı zar, gömlek
crack a fat
(deyim) Ereksiyon olmak, penisi sertleşmek
fatness
şişmanlık
fatter
şişman

Tom şimdi onu son gördüğüm zamankinden daha şişman. - Tom is fatter now than when I last saw him.

Ne kadar çok çikolata yersen o kadar çok şişmanlarsın. - The more chocolate you eat, the fatter you'll get.

full fat
tam yağlı
full fat cheese
tam yağlı peynir
full fat milk
tam yağlı süt
grease, fat
gres, yağ
high-fat
Yüksek yağ (oranı)
live off the fat of the land
bir eli yağda, bir eli balda yaşamak
low fat milk
az yağlı süt
milk fat
(Gıda) süt-yağı; sütteki katı maddelerden birisi olan yağ miktarı
non fat
non yağlı
puppy fat
puppy yağ
saturated fat
Doymuş yağ
slightly fat
biraz yağ
the fat
yağ
to get fat
yağ elde etmek için
fatly
bereketli bir şekilde
fatness
yağlılık
fatness
semizlik
fatness
[n] yağlılık
fatness
dolgunluk
the fat
kaymak kısmı
the fat
en iyi kısım
Türkisch - Türkisch

Definition von fat im Türkisch Türkisch wörterbuch

FAT'E
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Vurmak
FAT'E
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Yarmak
FAT'E
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Cimâ etmek
FAT'E
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Yere vurmak
Englisch - Englisch
file allocation table (file allocation table)
A poorly played golf shot where the ball is struck by the top part of the club head. (See thin, shank, toe)
Variant form of phat
An erection

I saw Daniel crack a fat..

Carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's body

The fat man had trouble getting through the door.

A specialized animal tissue with a high oil content, used for long-term storage of energy
Thick

The fat wallets of the men from the city brought joy to the peddlers.

A large tub, cistern, or vessel; a vat

In 1431 New College purchases brewing vessels, under the names of a mash fat, for 6s. 10d., a wort fat for 2s., a 'Gilleding' tub for 2s. 6d., and two tunning barrels at 8d. each, a leaden boiler for 24s., another for 12s., and a great copper beer pot for 13s. 4d.

Bountiful
That part of an organization deemed wasteful

We need to trim the fat in this company.

To make fat; to fatten

kill the fatted calf.

A refined substance chemically resembling the oils in animal fat
a soft greasy substance occurring in organic tissue and consisting of a mixture of lipids (mostly triglycerides); "pizza has too much fat" a chubby body; "the boy had a rounded face and fat cheeks" having much flesh (especially fat); "he hadn't remembered how fat she was" marked by great fruitfulness; "fertile farmland"; "a fat land"; "a productive vineyard"; "rich soil" lucrative; "a juicy contract"; "a nice fat job" having a relatively large diameter; "a fat rope
{v} to make or grow fat, fatten, feed, increase
{n} the oily part of flesh, sometimes used for vat. In Britain, a certain measure
{a} plump, fleshy, gross, greasy, rich
area of a disk in which the location of each file is recorded (Computers)
A type of caloric energy found in food, essential for a variety of body functions including organ protection, hormone balances, and as a long-lasting fuel source for low-intensity exercise Dietary fats are classified as saturated (animal flesh, butter, margarine, processed and fried foods) and unsaturated (vegetable oils) Unsaturated fats are the preferred food for health reasons
1 One of the three main nutrients in food Foods that provide fat are butter, margarine, salad dressing, oil, nuts, meat, poultry, fish, and some dairy products 2 Excess calories are stored as body fat, providing the body with a reserve supply of energy and other functions
See Adipose tissue, under Adipose
A data structure used in the MS-DOS file system Also synonymous with the file system that uses it The FAT file system is also used as part of Microsoft Windows and has been adopted for use inside devices such as digital cameras
One of the essential nutrients that supply calories to the body Fat provides 9 calories per gram, more than twice the number provided by carbohydrates or protein Small amounts of fat are necessary for normal body function
a kind of body tissue containing stored fat that serves as a source of energy; adipose tissue also cushions and insulates vital organs; "fatty tissue protected them from the severe cold"
having much flesh (especially fat); "he hadn't remembered how fat she was"
(File Allocation Table) Pronounced "fat " The file system used by DOS and 16-bit versions of Windows to manage files stored on hard disks, floppy disks, and other disk media The file system takes its name from an on-disk data structure known as the file allocation table, which records where individual portions of each file are located on the disk (See also VFAT )
File Allocation Table An area of data on a hard or floppy disk under MS-DOS, Windows 3 x and Windows 95 (and Windows NT in some cases) which enables the operating system to find out where a file is stored on the disk Corruption of the FAT, caused by physical damage to a disk, faulty software or a virus, can be fixed by someone with the necessary skills and software tools
(File Allocation Table) This table information is stored in the Data section of a bootable disk (floppy or hard) It normally consists of the first 63 sectors Information about each file, size, location, and number of sectors used to store the file are keep here If the table (Table 1) becomes corrupted there is a backup table (Table 2) Windows uses Table 1 to read files, Scandisk for Windows can also read Table 2 if needed Fdisk can read Table 2 also, if you use the MBR switch (fdisk /mbr) to repair the boot sector If the Table becomes corrupted this is known as losing the FAT Microsoft Press's: A file system based on a file allocation table, maintained by the operating system, to keep track of the status of various segments of disk space used for file storage The 32-bit implementation in Windows 9x is called the Virtual File Allocation Table (VFAT) More about FAT
having a relatively large diameter; "a fat rope"
excess bodily weight; "she found fatness disgusting in herself as well as in others"
feelings If you say that there is fat chance of something happening, you mean that you do not believe that it will happen. `Would your car be easy to steal?' --- `Fat chance. I've got a device that shuts down the gas and ignition.'. file allocation table. Any organic compound of plant or animal origin that is not volatile, does not dissolve in water, and is oily or greasy. Chemically, fats are identical to animal and vegetable oils, consisting mainly of triglycerides (esters of glycerol with fatty acids). Fats that are liquid at room temperature are called oils. Differences in melting temperature and physical state depend on the saturation of the fatty acids and the length of their carbon chains. The glycerides may have only a few different component fatty acids or as many as 100 (in butterfat). Almost all natural fats and oils incorporate only fatty acids that are constructed from two-carbon units and thus contain only even numbers of carbon atoms. Natural fats such as corn oil have small amounts of compounds besides triglycerides, including phospholipids, plant steroids, tocopherols (vitamin E), vitamin A, waxes, carotenoids, and many others, including decomposition products of these constituents. Sources of fats in foods include ripe seeds and some fruits (e.g., corn, peanuts, olives, avocados) and animal products (e.g., meat, eggs, milk). Fats contain more than twice as much energy (calories) per unit of weight as proteins and carbohydrates. Digestion of fats in foods, often partial, is carried out by enzymes called lipases. The breakdown products are absorbed from the intestine into the blood, which carries microscopic fat droplets reconstituted from digested fats (or synthesized in cells) to sites of storage or use. Fats are readily broken down primarily into glycerol and fatty acids by hydrolysis, a first step for many of their numerous industrial uses. See also lipid. Charles the Fat Louis the Fat Navarro Fats Waller Fats
Exhibiting the qualities of a fat animal; coarse; heavy; gross; dull; stupid
A person or animal that is overweight or obese
1) File Allocation Table A special file in which MS-DOS stores information on the layout of a disk This file is critical; if it is damaged, it is extremely difficult to get information from the disk 2) AN application which is compiled with code to run on two platforms, for example both the 680x0 based and PowerPC based Macs
{i} oily substance present in the bodies of animals and in some plants
The best or richest productions; the best part; as, to live on the fat of the land
as, a fat take; a fat page
Fat is the extra flesh that animals and humans have under their skin, which is used to store energy and to help keep them warm. Because you're not burning calories, everything you eat turns to fat
{f} fatten, make fat; gain weight, become fat
A table that the operating system uses to locate files on a disk Due to fragmentation, a file may be divided into many sections that are scattered around the disk The FAT keeps track of all these pieces In DOS systems, FATs are stored in hidden files, called FAT files The FAT system for older versions of Windows 95 is called VFAT, and the one for new versions of Windows 95 and Windows 98 is called FAT32
File Allocation Table Table on a floppy or a hard disk which holds the information of the data on the disk If the FAT gets damaged, the disk becomes unreadable That's why every disk holds 2 copies of the FAT
containing or composed of fat; "fatty food"; "fat tissue"
If you have previously attended a university and are now applying for financial aid from a different university, the university will require a Financial Aid Transcript (FAT) from each university that you attended, regardless of whether aid was received at the other school If you are transferring to another school from George Mason University, you will need to request to have a Financial Aid Transcript sent from GMU to the other school (You can currently request this Financial Aid Transcript be sent by completing our on-line FAT request form )
one of three nutrients that supply calories to the body
Abounding in riches; affluent; fortunate
An acronym for file allocation table, the disk file system used by MS-DOS, Windows 95, and (optionally) Windows NT Windows NT is compatible with the 16-bit FAT system, but not the optional 32-bit FAT (FAT32) for Windows 95 that Microsoft announced in mid-1996 See HPFS and NTFS
Work

Tom said his father worked in Boston. - Tom said that his father worked in Boston.

My father, who is now working in the United States, wrote us a letter last week. - My father, who is now working in America, wrote us a letter last week.

{s} overweight; containing fat; thick; sleek; rich; fertile; good (Slang)
File Allocation Table The part of a computer's disk system that decides how and where disk storage space is allocated
Fills the mouth without aggression The wine "feels" and tastes a little obvious and often lacks elegance but is prized by connoisseurs of sweet dessert wines Not quite right even for a late harvest Moselle Riesling, but just right for a classic Sauternes Fatness/oiliness is determined by the naturally occurring glycerol - (a k a glycerin) - content in the wine
marked by great fruitfulness; "fertile farmland"; "a fat land"; "a productive vineyard"; "rich soil"
Carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on ones body
File Allocation Table
Oily; greasy; unctuous; rich; said of food
any of the chemical esters that occur naturally and are not soluble in water
Fertile; productive; as, a fat soil; a fat pasture
File Allocation Table A simple filesystem using a table to index files on a block device (floppy or hard disk) It comes in the varieties of FAT-12 (MS-DOS), FAT-16 (MS-DOS, MS-Windows 3 x) and "FAT-32" (MS-Windows 9x)
To grow fat, plump, and fleshy
To make fat; to fatten; to make plump and fleshy with abundant food; as, to fat fowls or sheep
A major source of energy in the diet All food fats have 9 calories per gram Fat helps the body absorb fat-soluble vitamins, such as vitamins A, D, E, and K, and carotenoids Some kinds of fats, especially saturated fats, [see definition] may cause blood cholesterol to increase and increase the risk for heart disease Other fats, such as unsaturated fats [see definition] do not increase blood cholesterol Fats that are in foods are combinations of monounsaturated, polyunsaturated, and saturated fatty acids
containing much blank, or its equivalent, and, therefore, profitable to the compositor
Fat is a solid or liquid substance obtained from animals or vegetables, which is used in cooking. When you use oil or fat for cooking, use as little as possible. vegetable fats, such as coconut oil and palm oil
a soft greasy substance occurring in organic tissue and consisting of a mixture of lipids (mostly triglycerides); "pizza has too much fat"
Of a character which enables the compositor to make large wages; said of matter containing blank, cuts, or many leads, etc
Often referred to as lipids, or triglycerides, one of the main food groups, containing nine calories per gram It serves a variety of functions in the body, however a high percentage of body fat has been proven to be bad for you
A fat profit or fee is a large one. They are set to make a big fat profit
A file allocation table (FAT) is a table that an operating system maintains on a hard disk that provides a map of the clusters (the basic unit of logical storage on a hard disk) that a file has been stored in When you write a new file to a hard disk, the file is stored in one or more clusters that are not necessarily next to each other; they may be rather widely scattered over the disk A typical cluster size is 2,048 bytes, 4,192 bytes, or 8,096 bytes The operating system creates a FAT entry for the new file that records where each cluster is located and their sequential order When you read a file, the operating system reassembles the file from clusters and places it as an entire file where you want to read it For example, if this is a long Web page, it may very well be stored on more than one cluster on your hard disk A more detailed definition can be found here
having a relatively large diameter; "a fat rope
An oily liquid or greasy substance making up the main bulk of the adipose tissue of animals, and widely distributed in the seeds of plants
a chubby body; "the boy had a rounded face and fat cheeks"
File Allocation Table - Hard disks store and retrieve files using this filing system, which involves a table of file locations on the disk
Fat Man
The nickname given to the nuclear bomb dropped over Nagasaki, Japan on August 9, 1945
Fat Tuesday
The Tuesday before the onset of Lent
Fat and Skinny
Laurel and Hardy; Abbott and Costello; Any duo of opposites
fat as a cow
Very fat. Carrying a much larger than normal amount of fat in one's body
fat as a pig
Exceptionally fat. Fat to the extent of resembling a pig. Morbidly obese
fat camp
A summer camp where children go to lose weight
fat cat
A rich person who contributes to a political campaign
fat cat
Any affluent person who is perceived to have profited from the labour of others
fat cats
plural form of fat cat
fat catshark
A shark (Apristurus pinguis) of the family Schyliorynidae, closely related to the Japanese catshark (Apristurus japonicus). No picture has ever been taken of it
fat cell
A cell of the body whose primary function is to store fat
fat chance
Little or no likelihood of occurrence or success

Fat chance that I’ll ever go back to Swansea.

fat choy
a blue-green alga used as a vegetable in Chinese cooking
fat city
an extremely comfortable situation or condition of life
fat client
A complex client that does not rely on the server to do most of its processing
fat clients
plural form of fat client
fat dormice
plural form of fat dormouse
fat dormouse
An edible dormouse, Glis glis
fat farm
A health club or resort running weight-loss programs
fat finger
A supposed cause of typographical errors
fat fingers
plural form of fat finger
fat free
Not containing fat; nonfat
fat hen
Chenopodium album, the white goosefoot
fat hen
Aristolochia rotunda, the smearwort
fat lip
A swelling on the lip, especially one resulting from a punch or other blow

He has a very ugly temper, and I have to be careful what I say to him or I'll end up with a fat lip.

fat of the land
The greatest part of anything; the finest and most abundant share of resources; the cream of the crop

And take your father and your households, and come unto me: and I will give you the good of the land of Egypt, and ye shall eat the fat of the land.

fat tail
The relatively high probability of a relatively extreme outcome
fat tail
A tail of a probability distribution with infinite variance
fat tail
A tail of a probability distribution with significantly higher kurtosis than a normal distribution (which has kurtosis = 0)
fat tails
plural form of fat tail
fat tax
Any proposed tax on unhealthy food, especially food with a high fat content
fat-ass
A jibe used on someone disliked or regarded as lazy

Yes, your whole department is full of fat-asses.

fat-ass
A rotund, overweight, or obese person

Bob is such a fat-ass he can barely put his feet together.

fat-finger
To make errors in typing on a keyboard or keypad by accidentally striking more than one key simultaneously with one finger
fat-fingered
Clumsy, careless
fat-fingered
Simple past tense and past participle of fat-finger
fat-kidneyed
An insult meaning gross and lubberly

Peace, ye fat-kidneyed rascall.

fat-soluble
that tends to accumulate in the adipose tissue of the body
fat-soluble
soluble in lipids, and in organic solvents
fat-tailed
Having a fat tail; leptokurtic
fat ass
(Argo) (pejorative) A jibe used on someone disliked or regarded as lazy
fat client
(Bilgisayar) A fat client (also called heavy, rich, or thick client) is a computer (client) in client–server architecture or networks that typically provides rich functionality independent of the central server. Originally known as just a "client" or "thick client" the name is contrasted to thin client, which describes a computer heavily dependent on a server's applications
fat talk
A talk on fatness, obesity etc
Fat City
A condition or set of circumstances characterized by great prosperity
fat as a pig
very fat
fat camp
a place where children who are fat go to lose weight and to exercise, especially in the summer
fat cat
{i} very wealthy person; wealthy person who donates large sums of money to political campaigns; distinguished or important person, VIP, "big shot
fat cat
a wealthy and privileged person
fat cat
disapproval If you refer to a businessman or politician as a fat cat, you are indicating that you disapprove of the way they use their wealth and power. the fat cats who run the bank
fat cell
cells composed of fat
fat cell
Any of various cells found in adipose tissue that are specialized for the storage of fat. Also called adipocyte
fat cell
cell containing fat
fat chance
little or no chance of success
fat chance
{i} (Slang) no chance
fat cheese
cheese that contains a large quantity of fat
fat content
The amount of butterfat/fat in any cheese Fat content is determined by analyzing the fat in the dry matter of the cheese The fat is expressed as a percentage of the entire dry matter
fat content
The fat content of cheese refers to the fat content in the dry matter of the cheese It is usually indicated on the cheese's packaging The average is 45 per cent but it can be as low as 4 per cent and as high as 75 per cent
fat embolism
serious condition in which fat blocks an artery; fat can enter the blood stream after a long bone is fractured or if adipose tissue is injured or as a result of a fatty liver
fat farm
A spa or resort that specializes in weight loss. a place where people who are fat can go to lose weight and improve their health health farm
fat farm
a health spa that specializes in helping people lose weight
fat finger dialing
telephone scam where a company has a toll number with one digit that is different than a common toll-free number so that said company makes money when a caller accidentally dials their phone number instead of the lawful toll-free number
fat job
good job
fat meat
meat containing a high percentage of fat
fat metabolism
a metabolic process that breaks down ingested fats into fatty acids and glycerol and then into simpler compounds that can be used by cells of the body
fat pill
{i} (Slang) donut, doughnut
fat tax
{i} junk food tax, tax on foods that are considered unhealthy and help obesity
fat woman
overweight woman, chubby woman
fat-free
containing no fat
fat-free
{s} without fat, zero-percent fat, nonfat, that contains no fat (of food)
fat-soluble vitamin
any vitamin that is soluble in fats
animal fat
Any fat rendered from the tissue of an animal
big fat
Complete, utter, total
chew the fat
To chat idly or generally waste time talking

We're not supposed to waste time chewing the fat with the customers.

chewed the fat
Simple past tense and past participle of chew the fat
chewing the fat
Present participle of chew the fat
chews the fat
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of chew the fat
crack a fat
To have an erection
deep-fat fryer
A heated vessel for frying food by immersing in hot fat or oil, as opposed to shallow frying in a frying pan
it ain't over 'til the fat lady sings
There are more developments yet to come
leaf fat
The layers of fat that support the kidneys of a pig
low-fat
Not having a high number of calories from fat or great amount of fats. Especially an alternate variety of food designed to have lower calories, dietetic
mash-fat
malt vat, a vat that holds malt in a brewery
one fat lady
eight
polyunsaturated fat
a fat or oil, almost exclusively from vegetable sources, containing a high proportion of polyunsaturated fatty acids; will typically be liquid at room temperature
puppy fat
the natural fat on the body of a child that normally disappears at adolescence
saturated fat
A fat or oil, from either animal or vegetable sources, containing a high proportion of saturated fatty acids; will typically be solid at room temperature; a diet high in saturated rather than unsaturated fats is thought to contribute to higher levels of cholesterol in the blood
trans fat
An unsaturated fat with carbon-carbon double bonds in the trans configuration, especially one prepared by partial hydrogenation, associated with an elevated risk of coronary heart disease
two fat ladies
A traditional call for the number eighty-eight
unsaturated fat
A fat or oil, from either animal or vegetable sources, containing a high proportion of unsaturated fatty acids; will typically be liquid at room temperature; a diet high in unsaturated rather than saturated fats is thought to contribute to lower levels of cholesterol in the blood
wool fat
Lanolin
wool-fat
Alternative spelling of wool fat
fatness
{n} plumpness, fat, grease, fruitfulness
It ain't over 'til the fat lady sings
(Atasözü) It ain't over 'til the fat lady sings is a proverb, essentially meaning that one shouldn't assume the outcome of some activity (frequently a sports game) until it has actually finished. This phrase in turn refers to the impression by many that at the end of every opera, an aria is sung by a heavy-set woman dressed like a valkyrie. A famous example of this is Wagner's Der Ring des Nibelungen (aka the Ring cycle). This is a set of 4 separate operas (lasting about 15 hours), in which the final scene includes Brünnhilde (a very large Valkyrie) singing, and then riding onto Siegfried's funeral pyre. The set collapses and the entire cycle ends up in the Rhine river, where it started. The "fat lady" is often illustrated with a horned helmet, a spear, possibly a shield, and possibly blond braids (to suggest Scandinavian ancestry)
crack a fat
(deyim) (Aus) Get an erection
pigs get fat and hogs get slaughtered
(deyim) It means something like "It pays to be greedy, but not too greedy, or you'll get in trouble" or maybe "Make sure you get what you deserve, but don't be too greedy, or you'll get in trouble."
trans fat
Trans fatty acids considered as a group
trans fat
A trans fatty acid
fatly
awkwardly, clumsily, like a fat person; abundantly, plentifully
fatly
Grossly; greasily
fatness
excess bodily weight; "she found fatness disgusting in herself as well as in others"
fatness
The state of being fat
fatness
{i} obeseness, obesity; fattiness; fertileness, richness
fatness
That which makes fat or fertile
fatness
The quality or state of being fat, plump, or full-fed; corpulency; fullness of flesh
fatness
{i} adiposeness
fatness
Hence; Richness; fertility; fruitfulness
fatness
{i} adiposity
fatness
excess bodily weight; "she found fatness disgusting in herself as well as in others
fats
lipids in solid form
fats
one of three main types of foods, along with proteins and carbohydrates Provides the body with a source of energy Needs bile in order to be digested properly and utilized for energy
fats
esters of glycerol and long chain saturated carboxylic acids
fats
One of the three main classes of foods and a source of energy in the body Fats help the body use some vitamins and keep the skin healthy They also serve as energy stores for the body In food, there are two types of fats: saturated and unsaturated Saturated fats are solid at room temperature and come chiefly from animal food products Some examples are butter, lard, meat fat, solid shortening, palm oil, and coconut oil These fats tend to raise the level of cholesterol, a fat-like substance in the blood Unsaturated fats, which include monounsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats, are liquid at room temperature and come from plant oils such as olive, peanut, corn, cottonseed, sunflower, safflower, and soybean These fats tend to lower the level of cholesterol in the blood Another name for fat is lipid See also: Carbohydrate; protein
fats
{i} one of the three main classes of foods (source of energy in the body)
fats
One of the three main classes of foods and a source of energy in the body Fats help the body use some vitamins and keep the skin healthy They are also used as energy for the body In food, there are two types of fats: saturated and unsaturated
fats
Dietary fats play an important role in the health of the body, by providing essential fatty acids, such as linoleic acid They are also carriers of fat-soluble vitamins (A, D, E and K) A gram of fat provides 9 calories It is recommended to get no more than 30% of your total daily calories from fat
fats
plural of fat
fatter
More fat
fattest
superlative of fat
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Definition von fat im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

Fats
(Tıp) Yağlar.Vücutta enerji kaynağı olan üç önemli ana besin sınıfından biri. Yağları safra çözer,enzimler parçalar.Bu işlem sonucu yağlar hücrelere gönderilir
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