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flabby

Pronunciation: /ˈflæbi/

Translation of flabby in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo (-bier, -biest)

  • 1 [body/stomach] fofo, bofo (Mexico/México) [colloquial/familiar]; [muscle] flojo, blando she's very flabby está muy fofa
    Example sentences
    • As I look at my flabby body and my wasted muscles it is truly amazing that it managed to run 26.2 miles just 52 weeks ago.
    • You hardly need reminding that a hardcore physique complete with ripped abs is likely to be much more attractive than a flabby body weighed down by its own fat.
    • He lost so much fat that he was able to transform his flabby body into a shredded physique complete with ripped abs!
  • 2 [prose/argument] endeble, flojo
    Example sentences
    • What did happen was that the unions got flabby and weak.
    • You drop in a reference, maybe, to a more famous band, mention how they're so damn flabby and weak compared to this fantastic fantastic new thing.
    • But there's a huge advantage in being a private company, as long as we use that wisely and don't become flabby or soft in the way we approach the business.

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