Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Obese"

The meaning of "Obese" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa obese?
A: extremely fat (usually in a way that is dangerous for health).
Q: O que significa obese?
A: Very fat. "Obese" is heavier than "overweight".
Q: O que significa obese ?
A: It is an adjective, meaning fat enough to cause health problems.

Most people are "healthy weight" or "overweight". "Obese" is the next category above that.

There is also a term- "morbidly obese"- for when the health problems caused by their weight may kill the person.
Q: O que significa Overweight and obese women run an increased risk of breast cancer that is not diminished by weight loss.?
A: It means 'have' in this context, overweight and obese women have an increased risk.

Example sentences using "Obese"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com "huge" and " obese" pls ❣️.
A: huge=
1. fat = obese and/or muscular + tall (informal)
2. big size of an object

huge= fat= overweight person
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com obese.
A: Obese is a term that means overweight or really fat.

Example one:
"Stacy weighs 332 pounds, and can barely walk on her two feet. She is obese, and visiting a doctor may be benneficial for her health."

Example two:
"If you keep eating Mcdonald's cheese burgers everyday, you might become obese." :)

Synonyms of "Obese" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre morbidly obese e obese ?
A: "Morbidly" here means "deathly" or "diseased."
Someone who is obese is extremely fat. Someone who is morbidly obese is fat to the point of death or disease.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre obese e fat ?
A: Obesity is an illness, and you have to be a certain weigh to be considered obese, while 'fat' is mostly an opinion, so it slightly changes its meaning from speaker to speaker.

Also, you can be fat without being obese, but not the other way round. So that shows being 'obese' is more extreme than 'fat.'

Other questions about "Obese"

Q: You are overweight. Or you are obese.

Is it impolite when I use in checkup result? soa natural?
A: Either one is fine. It’s not impolite to say that someone is overweight or obese in a medical setting. You could say something like “You fall into the slightly (moderately, seriously) obese category.”
Q: I get hungry again soon after eating, so I became an obese patient with diabetes.

Is this sentence correct ?
A: instead of "so", you could say "as a result" so it would read "I get hungry again soon after eating, as a result I became an obese patient with diabetes."

despite you can say "patient", you could also change it to "person".

hope this helps.
Q: Many obese children are bullied at school on account of their weight.

Can “on account of” be replaced by “due to”, “the result of”, “as a result of” and “because of”.
A: it depends on the situation; “consequence” has a negative connotation so you wouldn’t use it when talking about something good or positive. For example, “she received a present in consequence of her birthday” doesn’t sound right. But you could say “she received a present on account of it being her birthday” and it would make sense. It’s a little wordy, but totally acceptable.
Q: the more you eat, the more you get obese. soa natural?
A: I would say conversationally you could say, "the more you eat, the fatter you get.

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