Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Chubby"

The meaning of "Chubby" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I'm getting chubby. mean?
A: i'm getting fat / plump
Q: What does chubby
mean?
A: 日本語で「丸々」と同じ意味です。
Q: What does chubby mean?
A: chubby is slightly fat/round/squishy, but generally in a cuter way. It's usually a compliment if directed towards a child, but is generally a negative criticism of an adult, but slightly less rude than saying 'fat'.

"I love the baby's chubby cheeks!"
"oh, sweetie, you're getting a bit chubby from all those pizzas"
"she's a little on the chubby side, but she's still my type!"
Q: What does 'chubby' mean?
A: Chubby is used to describe someone who is not quite fat, but a little ‘round’ or overweight. It is usually a nicer way of saying ‘a little overweight’.
Q: What does chubby mean?
A: @Saidewi: Gordito/Gordita :)

Example sentences using "Chubby"

Q: Please show me example sentences with 'chubby'.
A: "Chubby" is a slightly less harsh way of saying "fat," and is sometimes used in a "cute" way, for example someone might say that a baby has "chubby cheeks."

You might also use it if you're trying to be more politically correct and not outright call someone fat: "He's a little bit on the chubbier side."
Q: Please show me example sentences with chubby.
A: I love chubby babies! They are so cute!

I am on the chubby side, but I am hoping to lose weight.

I hate being called chubby. It makes me sad.
Q: Please show me example sentences with chubby chaser.
A: I don't mind if someone is a little heavy, but I don't understand how chubby chasers desire people who are unhealthily overweight.
Q: Please show me example sentences with chubby chaser.
A: 'chubby chaser' is slang for saying 'someone who dates fat people

'they are chubby chasers'

Its the same as saying

'they like to date fat people'

' chubby chaser' is actually quite disrespectful unless you were talking to a very close friend in a joking way.
Q: Please show me example sentences with chubby.
A: I've gotten a bit chubby since I was on vacation

Synonyms of "Chubby" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between chubby and fluffy ?
A: Fluffy is usually used to describe things that are airy. Think marshmallow fluff or milk bread.
Chubby is used to describe things that are plump and round, frequently use to describe body or body parts. 肉肉的
Q: What is the difference between chubby
and fat ?
A: Chubby suggests “slightly” fat, and it is also often used as a kind of euphemism (something we say in order to avoid using a difficult or offensive word) — I would much rather be called chubby than called fat.
Q: What is the difference between "chubby" and "fat" ?
A: Chubby is a more polite way to say fat
Q: What is the difference between chubby and fat ?
A: Chubby is slightly over weight but in a cute way. Like little children can be chubby. It's a little extra but not super overweight.
Fat is just extremely overweight. An adult 300 pounds would be fat. A kid with baby fat is chubby.
Q: What is the difference between chubby and fat and round ?
A: Chubby means you're not all that fat yet, just a bit overweight. Fat and round are more straightforward way of saying someone is fat. Sometimes people will say chubby because it's less offensive and direct. Women might get offended with being called fat but chubby might be ok.

Translations of "Chubby"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ‎‎If she is a little chubby,
l would recommend large size.
Sounds natural?
A: --> "...l would recommend *a larger* size."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? If she is a little chubby,
l would recommend large size.
Sounds natural?
A: If she's a little chubby, I'd recommend the large size.

If she's a little chubby, I'd recommend a large.

You could replace chubby with something like “bigger.”
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? デブは自己管理ができないので、仕事ができない人とみなされる。(chubby guy is regarded that he doesn’t work hard since he is not be able to even controle himself. is that correct?)(※ this is not discrimination. it’s a general saying)
A: It is regarded that the chubby guy doesn’t work hard, since he’s not even able to control himself.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? デブは自己管理ができないので、仕事ができない人とみなされる。(chubby guy is regarded that he doesn’t work hard since he is not be able to even controle himself. is that correct?)
A: People think that overweight people are lazy, so lazy that they can't even control themselves. /OR/ Chubby guys are thought to be lazy. They don't work hard. They can't even control themselves.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what is chubby
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Chubby"

Q: I’m going to be chubby, but it’s okay, and just forget how much weight I’ve gained for last few weeks and how many days I’ve drank in a row, as long as I am happy. Does this sound natural?
A: × I’m going to be chubby, but it’s okay, and just forget how much weight I’ve gained for last few weeks and how many days I’ve drank in a row, as long as I am happy.
✓ I’m going to gain some weight, but it’s okay. I can just forget how much weight I’ve gained over the last few weeks and how many days I’ve drank in a row, as long as I am happy.

"Chubby" isn't really a temporary state that you can reverse after a few days or weeks, or become overnight. If you describe someone as chubby, it normally means they are fat, and that this fatness is pretty obvious.
Q: I think you are more chubby,right? Does this sound natural?
A: × I think you are more chubby,right?
✓ I think you are chubbier, right?

Q: «I am fond of his chubby cheeks». Does it sound natural?
Q: "You called me chubby, didn't you?"
"It was a slip of the tongue, and I take it back." Does this sound natural?
A: This sounds natural!

In a casual conversation, it is common to drop the "and" between two clauses. The second sentence can also be said: "It was a slip of the tongue; I take it back."
Q: Please show me how to pronounce chubby.
A: www.apoven.com

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