English → English - flabby

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adj. weak, limp; drooping, hanging limply; soft

English → Spanish - flabby

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adj. fofo, abalado, blandengue, blando, blando de carnes, debilucho, desmalazado, flácido, flojo, gordinflón, laño, laxo

English → French - flabby

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adj. faible, mou, lâche, détendu; pendillant, pendu en mollesse; mou

English → German - flabby

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adj. weich, schlaff; schwach, schlapp

English → Indonesian - flabby

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a. lembek, lembut, lemah, lunak, gembur, lemah hati, lembut hati

English → Italian - flabby

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agg. flaccido, cascante, floscio, moscio; (fig) molle, fiacco, debole

English → Polish - flabby

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a. zwiotczały, wiotki, ślimakowaty, flakowaty, ślamazarny, miękki

English → Portuguese - flabby

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adj. frouxo, débil, mole; flácido

English → Romanian - flabby

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a. moale, slăbit, molatic, moleşit, molâu, slab, pleoştit, bleg, fleşcăit, flasc, inconsistent, lăsător, vlagă: fără vlagă

English → Russian - flabby

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прил. отвислый, вялый, дряблый, слабохарактерный, мягкотелый, расплывчатый

English → Turkish - flabby

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s. gevşek, sarkık, yumuşak, güçsüz, iradesiz

English → Ukrainian - flabby

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a. в'ялий, слабохарактерний, розпливчастий, вялий, набресклий

English → Dutch - flabby

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bn. kwabbig, slap, zwak (v. karakter)

English → Greek - flabby

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επίθ. πλαδαρός

English → Arabic - flabby

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‏مترهل، رخو، ضعيف، لين‏

English → Chinese - flabby

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(形) 软弱的, 不稳的, 没气力的

English → Chinese - flabby

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(形) 軟弱的, 不穩的, 沒氣力的

English → Hindi - flabby

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a. मृदु, कोमल, पिलपिला, ढीला

English → Japanese - flabby

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(形) たるんだ; 気力のない, 無気力な

English → Korean - flabby

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형. 흐느적흐느적한; 연약한; 부드러운

English → Vietnamese - flabby

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a. nhão, xệ, nhu nhược, yếu đuối

Definition of flabby

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Adjective
1. Yielding to the touch, and easily moved or shaken; hanging loose by its own weight; lacking firmness; flaccid.
2. Having a slight lack of acidity; having mild sweetness.
3. Overwrought.
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