Found 4 items, similar to fat.
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berdaging, gedempol, gemuk, gepuk, gurih, lemak, mondok
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n 1: a soft greasy substance occurring in organic tissue and
consisting of a mixture of lipids (mostly
triglycerides); “pizza has too much fat”
2: 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”
[syn: adipose tissue
, fatty tissue
3: excess bodily weight; “she found fatness disgusting in
herself as well as in others”
] [ant: leanness
v : make fat or plump; “We will plump out that poor starving
, flesh out
, fill out
, fatten out
, fatten up
adj 1: having much flesh (especially fat); “he hadn't remembered
how fat she was”
2: having a relatively large diameter; “a fat rope”
3: containing or composed of fat; “fatty food”
; “fat tissue”
] [ant: nonfat
4: lucrative; “a juicy contract”
; “a nice fat job”
5: marked by great fruitfulness; “fertile farmland”
; “a fat
; “a productive vineyard”
; “rich soil”
6: a chubby body; “the boy had a rounded face and fat cheeks”
English → English
, n. [See Vat
1. A large tub, cistern, or vessel; a vat. [Obs.]
The fats shall overflow with wine and oil. --Joel
2. A measure of quantity, differing for different
commodities. [Obs.] --Hebert.
, a. [Compar. Fatter
; superl. Fattest
f[=ae]tt; akin to D. vet, G. fett, feist, Icel. feitr, Sw.
fet, Dan. fed, and perh. to Gr. pi^dax spring, fountain,
pidy`ein to gush forth, pi`wn fat, Skr. pi to swell.]
1. Abounding with fat; as:
(a) Fleshy; characterized by fatness; plump; corpulent;
not lean; as, a fat man; a fat ox.
(b) Oily; greasy; unctuous; rich; -- said of food.
2. Exhibiting the qualities of a fat animal; coarse; heavy;
gross; dull; stupid.
Making our western wits fat and mean. --Emerson.
Make the heart of this people fat. --Is. vi. 10.
3. Fertile; productive; as, a fat soil; a fat pasture.
4. Rich; producing a large income; desirable; as, a fat
benefice; a fat office; a fat job.
Now parson of Troston, a fat living in Suffolk.
5. Abounding in riches; affluent; fortunate. [Obs.]
Persons grown fat and wealthy by long impostures.
6. (Typog.) Of a character which enables the compositor to
make large wages; -- said of matter containing blank,
cuts, or many leads, etc.; as, a fat take; a fat page.
, a mixture of pipe clay and oil for filling
, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Fatted
; p. pr. & vb. n.
.] [OE. fatten, AS. f[=ae]ttian. See Fat
, a., and
To make fat; to fatten; to make plump and fleshy with
abundant food; as, to fat fowls or sheep.
We fat all creatures else to fat us. --Shak.
, v. i.
To grow fat, plump, and fleshy.
An old ox fats as well, and is as good, as a young one.
1. (Physiol. Chem.) 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. See Adipose tissue
, under Adipose
Note: Animal fats are composed mainly of three distinct fats,
tristearin, tripalmitin, and triolein, mixed in varying
proportions. As olein is liquid at ordinary
temperatures, while the other two fats are solid, it
follows that the consistency or hardness of fats
depends upon the relative proportion of the three
individual fats. During the life of an animal, the fat
is mainly in a liquid state in the fat cells, owing to
the solubility of the two solid fats in the more liquid
olein at the body temperature. Chemically, fats are
composed of fatty acid, as stearic, palmitic, oleic,
etc., united with glyceryl. In butter fat, olein and
palmitin predominate, mixed with another fat
characteristic of butter, butyrin. In the vegetable
kingdom many other fats or glycerides are to be found,
as myristin from nutmegs, a glyceride of lauric acid in
the fat of the bay tree, etc.
2. The best or richest productions; the best part; as, to
live on the fat of the land.
3. (Typog.) Work. containing much blank, or its equivalent,
and, therefore, profitable to the compositor.
. (Chem.) See Sebacic acid
, under Sebacic
, Fatty series
(Chem.), the series of the
paraffine hydrocarbons and their derivatives; the marsh
gas or methane series.
(Chem.), the group of oily substances of
natural occurrence, as butter, lard, tallow, etc., as
distinguished from certain fatlike substance of artificial
production, as paraffin. Most natural fats are essentially
mixtures of triglycerides of fatty acids.