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

The meaning of "Overweight" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa to overweight risk.?
A: Health risks of being overweight
Q: O que significa overweight ?
A: overweight
adjective
əʊvəˈweɪt/
1.
above a weight considered normal or desirable.
"she was a stone overweight"
synonyms: fat, obese, morbidly obese, stout, corpulent, gross, fleshy, plump, portly, chubby, rotund, podgy, roly-poly, paunchy, pot-bellied, beer-bellied, bloated, flabby, Falstaffian, big, large, ample, well fed, well upholstered, well padded, broad in the beam, bulky, outsize, massive, heavy;
noun
ˈəʊvəweɪt/
1.
excessive or extra weight.
"surgical procedures for overweight"
verb
əʊvəˈweɪt/
1.
put too much weight on; overload.
"he toppled back like an overweighted mannequin"
Q: O que significa overweight?
A: acima do peso

Synonyms of "Overweight" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre I have been overweight my entire life e I was overweight my entire life ?
A: @ludber3103 "I've been overweight my entire life" implies that you're still overweight.

"I was overweight my entire life" doesn't imply that. You could or could not be still overweight to this day. Do you understand?
Q: Qual é a diferença entre overweight e obese ?
A: they mean the same thing, but are used in different contexts. Overweight is a less formal term, and is usually viewed as more insulting. Obese and obesity is used for things like studies and articles and such, or said by experts and doctors.

Obese also refers to the BMI (body mass index, comparing the amount of fat to muscle in a body) whereas overweight is just through weight, as in someone being over the usual weight for their age and such may be considered overweight but not obese.

Hopefully this helps!
Q: Qual é a diferença entre "You're a little overweight", "You're a little bit overweight" e "You're a bit overweight" ?
A: There is no meaningful difference. At most, it's a matter of being polite in tone, or regional preference towards phrasing. They all mean exactly the same thing. That someone is overweight, but not by that much.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre overweight e obesity ?
A: They are kind of the same thing
Q: Qual é a diferença entre overweight e obese ?
A: Obese is very fat, to the point where it causes significant health problems.

Overweight is when someone has a few extra pounds. It's sometimes used as a more polite way to say that someone is fat. People will often say "I'm overweight." rather than saying "I'm fat."

Translations of "Overweight"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? overweight
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Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? overweight
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Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? overweight
A: chubby
fatso
fully figured
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Other questions about "Overweight"

Q: overweight soa natural?
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Q: do you consider this overweight?
A: Don't worry!! Anyways don't be so worried about your weight. Health is what matters! If you're healthy yout body's perceived as pretty
Q: Despite a overweight, he chose the T-shirts of size M. soa natural?
A: Despite being overweight, he chose t-shirts of size M.
Q: She is tall and a little overweight, but she is good-looking on her face soa natural?
A: She is tall and a little overweight, but has a pretty face.

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