Traducción de fatten en español:

fatten

cebar, v.

Pronunciación /ˈfætn/ /ˈfat(ə)n/

Ver definición en español de cebar

verbo transitivo

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    (make fatter)
    (animal) cebar
    (animal) engordar
    (person) engordar coloquial, humorístico
    (person) cebar coloquial, humorístico
    • But can the world's No. 1 food colossus fatten up its profits as it slashes costs?
    • Is it inconceivable that some mergers may have been instigated and consummated in order to fatten up major credit unions in readiness for demutualisation?
    • The farm, which would breed and fatten up to 150,000 hogs annually for slaughter, would have made the facility one of Alberta's largest hog operations.
    • Why should a chief executive with just three to four years to run in the job - and many of them have no more than that - fatten up the corporation for the benefit of his successor?
    • There's no reason you have to help huge, bajillionaire companies fatten up their bank accounts.
    • I have most of the things I will need already (worm treat to fatten up the worms because fat worms eat more, lime mix to keep the acidity level appropriate etc).
    • As inflamed Guatemalans see it, foreign investors will fatten up on tourist dollars while locals will be stuck cleaning hotel rooms.
    • Plus, he points out that the by-product of alcohol production from corn is a highly concentrated and nutritious feed with which we can fatten up our livestock.
    • It's a key producer of lysine, a feed additive derived from amino acids that is mixed with corn and soybean meal to fatten up livestock.
    • But the restaurant industry seems to be locked in a horse race to fatten up our bellies and our arteries.
    • The Hakka have a tradition of holding contests to fatten up pigs for sacrifice. This year the winning pig topped out at 720 kg.
    • In fact, he put off starting college until he was 21 just so he could fatten up his bank account a bit.
    • The list of improvements is solid, with no added fluff just to fatten up the release.
  • 2EEUU coloquial

    (increase)
    to fatten the pot engrosar / hacer crecer el pozo
    • to fatten the take subir la apuesta

verbo intransitivo

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    (animal) engordar