Definition of heavily built in English:

heavily built

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(Of a person) having a large, broad, and strong body: he was tall and heavily built
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  • Some male passengers confessed to being nervous about offering a seat to a woman in case she was heavily built rather than pregnant.
  • The head waiter, a heavily built, bespectacled man in his forties, wore a barely ironed shirt entirely untucked from his trousers.
  • He was a heavily built man, big boned, not fat, with raven black hair.

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