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bloated

(blō′tĭd)
adj.
Medicine Swollen or distended beyond normal size by fluid or gaseous material.

bloated

(blōt′ĕd) [AS. blout]
Swollen or distended beyond normal size as by serum, water, or gas.
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Your tummy feels bloated all the time and you've just changed over to becoming a vegetarian and so you're eating a lot more fruit and vegetables than you are used to.
The European Systemic Risk Board has opined that the European banking system is bloated.
'We are appealing to people's vanity as the effects of alcohol can include red, broken veins on the cheeks, bloodshot eyes, a bloated face and deeper wrinkles," the Daily Mail quoted Price as saying.
File bloat is a result of files that are much bigger or more bloated than they should be.
Ask your GP to help find a brand that makes you feel less bloated. In the meantime, stay on a balanced diet and keep exercising and you will feel happier about your body.
QI consider myself to be pretty healthy and am within the recommended weight for my height and yet I almost constantly feel bloated these days, to the point where my clothes have become uncomfortable to wear even though my physical weight remains the same.
Rescuers plucked 13 bloated bodies Monday from River Tetulia, where the overcrowded triple-deck ferry capsized late Friday, police official Mohammad Bayezid said.
The photographer begins to feel big and bloated ...
I often feel bloated. What causes that and what can I do to make it better?
Claims: "I'm bloated, irregular," says the young woman in the TV ad.
No, I am not saying that there aren't bloated organizations.