English version

flab

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishflabflab /flæb/ noun [uncountable] informal  FATsoft loose flesh on a person’s body – used to show disapproval simple advice to help you fight the flab (=lose weight)
Examples from the Corpus
flabJog a few miles before breakfast, whittle off the campaign flab.Chris's six-point plan is for those who want to tighten tummy muscles and lose a bit of flab.Her arms, from shoulder to wrist, are uniformly thin, without the slightest flab or muscle definition.My workout video will help you get rid of that flab.Fight the flab with fat-burning aerobic dance which is another alternative for those who only want to shake in the right places.
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