3. Gras. Un gros homme.
4. Important. Une grosse affaire.
5. Grossier. Un gros rire.
6. (au féminin) enceinte. Cette vache est grosse.
7. Riche ; plein. Cette question est grosse de significations.
1. Large in size; imposing.
2. Marked by intense physical force; SYN. high.
3. Conspicuous in position or importance; SYN. large, prominent.
4. Feeling self-importance; SYN. swelled, vainglorious.
5. Prodigious; SYN. heavy.
6. Of very great significance; SYN. momentous.
7. Older and (at least formerly) larger than another though relative size is not the issue; SYN. elder, older.
8. Loud and firm
9. In an advanced stage of pregnancy; SYN. enceinte, expectant, gravid, great, large, heavy, with child.
10. Generous and understanding and tolerant; SYN. large, magnanimous.
ETYM Old Eng. burlich strong, excellent; perh. orig. fit for a lady's bower, hence handsome, manly, stout. Related to Bower.
1. Having a large, strong, or gross body; stout.
2. Coarse and rough; boisterous.
1. Conspicuously and tastelessly indecent; SYN. crude, earthy, gross, vulgar.
2. Lacking refinement or cultivation or taste; SYN. common, uncouth, vulgar.
3. Of low or inferior quality or value; SYN. common.
4. Of texture; large-grained or rough to the touch.
1. Having much excessive flesh (especially fat)
2. A chubby body; SYN. rounded.
3. Having a relatively large diameter
4. Marked by great fruitfulness; SYN. fertile, productive, rich.
5. (Informal) Lucrative; SYN. juicy.
1. Before any deductions.
2. Of general aspects or broad distinctions.
3. Repellently fat; SYN. porcine.
Stocky and compact and sometimes tending to stoutness in build.
Unusually great in size or amount or degree or especially extent or scope; SYN. immense, vast.
Having excessive body fat
Heavier than is necessary or recommended.
Slightly heavy or fat, referring to persons.
ETYM From Stock.
Short and thick; thick and muscular.
1. Strong; vigorous; robust; sinewy; muscular.
2. Large; bulky; corpulent.
3. Firm; tough; materially strong; enduring.