bloated

[ bloh-tid ]
/ ˈbloʊ tɪd /

adjective

swollen; puffed up; overlarge.
excessively vain; conceited.
excessively fat; obese.

Origin of bloated

First recorded in 1655–65; bloat + -ed2
Related formsbloat·ed·ness, nounun·bloat·ed, adjective

Definition for bloated (2 of 2)

bloat

[ bloht ]
/ bloʊt /

verb (used with object)

to expand or distend, as with air, water, etc.; cause to swell: Overeating bloated their bellies.
to puff up; make vain or conceited: The promotion has bloated his ego to an alarming degree.
to cure (fishes) as bloaters.

verb (used without object)

to become swollen; be puffed out or dilated: The carcass started to bloat.

noun

Origin of bloat

1250–1300; earlier bloat (adj.) soft, puffy, Middle English blout < Old Norse blautr wet, soft
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British Dictionary definitions for bloated (1 of 2)

bloated

/ (ˈbləʊtɪd) /

adjective

swollen, as with a liquid, air, or wind
puffed up, as with conceit

British Dictionary definitions for bloated (2 of 2)

bloat

/ (bləʊt) /

verb

to swell or cause to swell, as with a liquid, air, or wind
to become or cause to be puffed up, as with conceit
(tr) to cure (fish, esp herring) by half-drying in smoke

noun

vet science an abnormal distention of the abdomen in cattle, sheep, etc, caused by accumulation of gas in the stomach

Word Origin for bloat

C17: probably related to Old Norse blautr soaked, Old English blāt pale
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Medicine definitions for bloated

bloat

[ blōt ]

n.

Abdominal distention due to swallowed air or intestinal gas production.
Related formsbloated (blōtĭd) adj.
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