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Thick, fat in Japanese đŸ‡ŻđŸ‡”

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thick, fat ごずい
How to say “thick, fat” in Japanese? “ごずい”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “ごずい” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on thick, fat in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to Remember the Japanese Word:
– Break it down into components: "ご" (fu) is a common hiragana character, and "ず" (to) can remind you of "tough," as something tough often is thick.
– Mnemonic: Imagine a big, thick Fuji apple when you hear "ごずい" (futoi).
– Visualization: Picture something comically oversized or exaggeratedly fat to associate with "ごずい."

– "ごずい" (futoi) is an adjective used to describe something that is thick or fat in girth or width.
– It is often used for physical thickness or robustness, like a tree trunk, arm, rope, etc.
– It can also describe people in a direct and potentially rude way, similar to calling someone fat in English.

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– ć€Ș掚い (ごずあ぀い – futoatsui): A combination of "thick" (掚い) with "fat" (ć€Șい).
– でかい (dekai): Slang for "big" or "huge," which can sometimes connote thickness or fatness.

Alternate Meanings/Slang:
– "ごずい" doesn't have many slang variations, but in a colloquial context, it can imply robust or solid, like a "thick" sound in music.
– In modern vernacular, especially among younger people, a "ごずい" person might imply someone is strong or has a presence.

Examples of Sentences:
1. こぼ 朚 (き) は ごずい です。
– Kono ki wa futoi desu.
– This tree is thick.

2. ćœŒ (かれ) は 民し (すこし) ごずい です。
– Kare wa sukoshi futoi desu.
– He is a little fat.

3. こぼ ăƒ­ăƒŒăƒ— は ă”ăšăăŠ 頑侈 (がんじょう) です。
– Kono roopu wa futokute ganjou desu.
– This rope is thick and sturdy.

4. ćœŒć„ł (かぼじょ) は ごずい 棰 (こえ) で 歌 (うた) ă„ăŸă™ă€‚
– Kanojo wa futoi koe de utaimasu.
– She sings with a rich/thick voice.

5. そぼ 挫画 (ăŸă‚“ăŒ) た æœŹ (ほん) は べども ごずい。
– Sono manga no hon wa totemo futoi.
– That manga book is very thick.

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