bloated definition

  • adjective:
    • a lot larger than desired: a bloated bureaucracy; a bloated budget.
    • Much bigger than desired: a bloated bureaucracy; a bloated budget.
    • medication Swollen or swollen beyond normal size by fluid or gaseous product.
    • Medicine Swollen or swollen beyond regular size by substance or gaseous product.
    • Swollen with liquid or gasoline.
    • Swollen with liquid or gas.
    • extremely or acutely big or affluent.
    • overly or extremely big or wealthy.
    • Describing computer software which will be overloaded with features, generally bloatware.
    • Describing computer software which can be overloaded with features, known as bloatware.
    • Slightly salted and lightly smoked (such as swollen herring).
    • somewhat salted and lightly smoked (such as distended herring).
    • Distended beyond the natural or typical size, as because of the existence of water, serum, etc.; turgid; inflamed. In addition, puffed with pleasure; pompous.
    • Distended beyond the natural or normal dimensions, as by the existence of liquid, serum, etc.; turgid; swollen. In addition, puffed with pleasure; pompous.
  • verb:
    • Simple past tense and past participle of bloat.
    • Easy past tight and previous participle of bloat.
  • others:
    • Swollen; puffed up; filled; overgrown, to be able to be unwieldy, specifically from over-indulgence in eating and consuming; pampered: because, “a bloated size,”
    • Swollen; puffed up; inflated; overgrown, in order to be unwieldy, particularly from over-indulgence in eating and drinking; pampered: since, “a bloated size,”
    • associated with or due to self-indulgence: since, “bloated slumber,”
    • linked to or due to self-indulgence: since, “bloated slumber,”
    • Inordinately inflamed in amount, belongings, self-esteem, etc.; puffed up with pleasure or wealth: because, a bloated estate; distended capitalists; a bloated pretender.
    • Inordinately swollen in amount, possessions, self-esteem, etc.; puffed with pleasure or wide range: because, a bloated estate; bloated capitalists; a bloated pretender.

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