Translation of pudgy in Spanish:


rechoncho, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈpədʒi//ˈpʌdʒi/

adjectivepudgier, pudgiest

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    • This time, I stopped to watch as Allawi's pudgy person came into view.
    • Widowed and alone, pudgy Sara comforts herself with sweets and television.
    • When she was leaving the back hallway, a short pudgy kid stopped her.
    • Seeing him, the neighbor went around to the backyard and told his flock of pudgy daughters to play in the front yard.
    • Cherubs are obviously pudgy children shooting arrows at people and playing the mini-harp!
    • She was a short, pudgy woman with bright green eyes, and shoulder length curly blonde hair.
    • Soon, the counselor, a pudgy woman with graying blonde hair came out of the office, followed by Gwen.
    • The pudgy man growled and turned away, entering the factory through a back door.
    • And this despite having had my own pudgy fingers burnt in such a fashion on more than one occasion.
    • From the time I learned how to form letters with my pudgy little kid hands, I knew I wanted to be a writer.
    • He jabs a pudgy finger at people in photos, many westerners, stuck into a scrap book.
    • She was a pudgy woman in her late thirties or early forties, with short brown hair.
    • Amy is a short pudgy girl with brown hair, brown eyes, and is always wearing some article of clothing that is blue.
    • She was already pudgy enough, though she had lost some weight during her expedition.
    • She sighs heavily, her pudgy fingers punching the keys on the cash register loudly.
    • The makeup pros are looking me over - two women with purple-red lips and a pudgy guy with a pen in his lapel.
    • Not pudgy or obese, but enormously tall with muscles covering every inch of their well-formed bodies.
    • Viv watched as the elevator doors closed in front of the pudgy man.
    • Xander was tall, almost as tall as Sean, with black hair, green eyes, but a slightly pudgy body.
    • So she goes out for a smoke, tells that pudgy kid to start up the projector