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şişmanlatmak
semirtmek
şişmanlat

O gençken asla şişmanlatan şey yemezdi. - When she was young, she would never eat anything fattening.

Yediğin şişmanlatıcı yiyeceğin miktarını azaltmalısın. - You should cut down on the amount of fattening food that you eat.

{f} tombullaşmak
{f} yağlandırmak
{f} besiye çekmek
{f} yaşlanmak
{f} semirmek
{f} yağ bağlamak
semirt
{f} şişmanlamak
{f} yağlanmak
{f} gübrelemek
kilo aldırmak
fatten out
şişmanlat
fatten up
şişmanlat
fatten out
sismanlat
fatten pigs
domuzlar şişmanlatıyor
fatten up
sismanlat
fattening
şişmanlatan

O gençken asla şişmanlatan şey yemezdi. - When she was young, she would never eat anything fattening.

fattening
yağlandırma
fattened
{f} şişmanlat
fattening
yağlama
fattening
yağ bağlatan
fattened
besil
fattened
sismanlatilmis
fattening
kilo aldırıcı
fattened
besili
fattened
etlik
fattened
semirtilmiş
to fatten
şişmanlatmak
to fatten
semirtmek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To become fatter

If we give it a bit more sugar, we'll see him slowly fatten.

To cause to be fatter

We must fatten the turkey in time for Thanksgiving.

{v} to make or grow fat, plump, enrich
disapproval If you say that someone is fattening something such as a business or its profits, you mean that they are increasing the value of the business or its profits, in a way that you disapprove of. They have kept the price of sugar artificially high and so fattened the company's profits. Fatten up means the same as fatten. The Government is making the taxpayer pay to fatten up a public sector business for private sale
make fat or plump; "We will plump out that poor starving child
{f} become fat, put on weight; make fat
To grow fat or corpulent; to grow plump, thick, or fleshy; to be pampered
make fat or plump; "We will plump out that poor starving child"
If an animal is fattened, or if it fattens, it becomes fatter as a result of eating more. The cattle are being fattened for slaughter The creature continued to grow and fatten
To make fertile and fruitful; to enrich; as, to fatten land; to fatten fields with blood
To make fat; to feed for slaughter; to make fleshy or plump with fat; to fill full; to fat
fatten up
To fatten up an animal or person means to make them fatter, by forcing or encouraging them to eat more food. They fattened up ducks and geese You're too skinny -- we'll have to fatten you up. see also fatten 2
fattening
present participle of fatten
fattening
That which causes weight gain; usually high calorie food with relatively little nutritive value

I'd really love to lose weight, the trouble is, tasty deserts with stuff like whipped cream are so fattening.

fattened
Past tense of to fatten
fattened
{s} fat, fleshy, stuffed, fed for slaughter
fattened
(of market animals) made ready for market
fattening
{s} causing weight gain, serving to fatten
fattening
subject to or used in the process of finishing or fattening up for slaughter; "a fattening hog"; "fattening pens
fattening
{i} process of becoming fat; process of making fat
fattening
Food that is fattening is considered to make people fat easily. Some foods are more fattening than others. likely to make you fat
fattens
third-person singular of fatten
fatten
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