adj (-kier, -kiest)
- 1.1 [person/build] fornido, macizoMore example sentences1.2 [marmalade] con trozos grandes de cáscara
More example sentences1.3 [sweater/knitwear] grueso, gordo [familiar/colloquial]
- The guardsman - a shorter, chunky fellow - rose with ill grace and stumped over to the water pump.
- She saw a short, chunky girl standing at the edge of Andy's yard.
- He was a short, square, chunky man, with a round face, not handsome, but compact with energy.
More example sentences
- The salsa is different every single time, from scrambled tomato soup to super-spicy chunky tomato marmalade.
- I love chunky seafood soup, which was also on offer for €5.50, but in the end, I chose Nimmo's warm salad with port dressing for €9.80.
- The main course has delights such as chicken puttanesca - chicken dices cooked with bacon, olive, tomato, and bell pepper in a chunky tomato sauce, served with steamed rice.
- The bracelet was chunky, a silver concoction of thick ropes linked together.
- I would like a plain, chunky, black plastic bracelet to wear this autumn.
- Forget the gold charm bracelet and chunky gold necklaces, big does not have to be brash!
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