Well their is really like a a lot of words and define. For fat. Here are the examples!:-) 1.fat-means you have a Lot of fat in your body. 2.obesity-its another word for fat and it's the same meaning. Ex. In the United States their are 70 or 80% of people the are obese. Thnxz 4listening...I mean reading! ( me giggling in my head while I'm typing it) :)
a big fat bull like animal that have horns.
Many people have there own definitions to words. Mostly this is a stereotype. As a curvy women you can correct them.
The word "fat" is in the King James Version of the Bible 130 times. It is in 105 verses.
The nutrition label should tell you how many grams of fat are in one serving. Look under "total fat" which is listed in grams. Then you can look at how big a serving size is to see if that is what you are actually eating.
No, the word fat is a concrete noun, a word for a physical substance.
the answer for the word fat is of course thin
This should be listed on the carton or package of the milk: look for nutritional information.
aataft (toward the back of a boat)
Denotation is when you use the definitions found in the dictionary. These definitions are generally neutral, and don't tell you much more than that. Connotation involves carefully considering the use of the word in a sensitive manner so that others (cultures, people, etc.) are not harmed by your words; the connotation involves the emotions the word brings up in that culture. For example: take the word "fat." The dictionary meaning, the denotation, is "overweight." But in our culture, if I said someone was fat, that might hurt their feelings or get them upset, because our culture values being thin. All words have a denotation. But many words also have a certain connotation to them, based on whether the culture gives them a positive or a negative meaning.
No! The FDA required trans fat to be listed on labels in 2006.
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The French word for 'fat Tuesday' is Mardi Gras.
For 14g (approx. 45 crackers) the calorie count is listed as 70 with 3g of fat
The word "fat" in Spanish is "gordo."
The latin word for fat is: obesus (masculine), obesa (feminine)
There are 6 syllables. In-de-fat-i-ga-ble.
The word fat is a noun, a singular, common, concrete noun. The word fat is also an adjective (fat, fatter, fattest), and a verb (fat, fatted, fatting, fats).
Animal fat isn't listed as an ingredient, although there could potentially be trace amounts of animal fat that are unlisted, though this is unlikely.
A four-letter word for cooking fat is "lard".
A four letter word and the opposite of fat would be thin.