Q: plump for とはどういう意味ですか?
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Q: plump colored


I also like plump, colored grapes and have been eating them since I was little.

plump = round, right?

A: Yes, plump = round/chubby. Here it means that the person likes grapes when they are a bit big and round, as well as colored (that have a great/striking color). Hope I helped
Q: plump とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It can mean something like a teddy bear is over-stuffed, or a person is overweight, or a piece of fruit is especially big and soft and juicy looking. Basically it's a nice way of referring to something which is quite large/fat, probably cuddly, or appealing.
Q: "plump up" とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Formal English, no, but in general people would still understand what you mean.

If describing a body you can say fatten up, get bigger, or gain weight.

"Plump up" means to add volume and make fuller so something looks more appealing. Examples include:
+plump up the pillows
+plump up my lips

Q: plump ass とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It's a more vulgar way of saying "big butt"


Q: plump と chubby はどう違いますか?
A: There is no difference, just plump is when you're are like being a polite Grandma and chubby is an assuring mom.
Q: plump と chubby はどう違いますか?
A: Plump is a little more polite.
But they mean the same thing when talking about a persons weight.


Q: plump は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
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Q: is plump, chubby, obese and fat are similar in use or not?
A: "plump" is not really used to describe people, it can sound quite... rude or just weird in general. "plump" is a euphemism for "fat" but not in a way that makes it feel more respectful.

"chubby" is a nicer way of saying "fat" and can be used if you think the person is bigger than a "standard" (by whatever metric you're using) person of their age/height/gender but you don't think it's to the point where they're overweight or unhealthy, or you don't think they look bad with the "extra" weight. "chubby" is a nicer euphemism than "plump" and people often describe overweight children as "chubby" rather than "fat".

"obese" is a medical category but is often used to just talk about people who are really, really fat visually.

"fat" is below "obese" in terms of weight and tends to be used most frequently.
Q: There is a plump calico cat around the convenience store in my neighborhood. she always kneads with front paws in front of the store or is sitted there and watches people go in the store with her fat tummy resting on her feet. I think she judges them. She sometimes hangs out with other cats, but basically she is alone.
A: "She always kneads her paws in front of the store or just sits there and watches people go into the store while her fat tummy rests on her feet." "but usually, she is alone."

She sounds cute :)
Q: Because he was very tall and plump a little, he exactly looks like a bear. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Thank you for your comment. It is difficult for me to write a sentence correctly.
Q: It would make me plump to eat hamburgers and pizza everyday. この表現は自然ですか?
A: It would sound more natural to say "I would get fat if I ate hamburgers and pizza everyday."
Q: Overweight, plump,slim,thin,well-buily この表現は自然ですか?
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