English version

heavy-set

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishheavy-setˌheavy-ˈset adjective  STRONG PERSONsomeone who is heavy-set is large and looks strong or fat
Examples from the Corpus
heavy-setAlexander, a heavy-set man in his mid-thirties with a thick beard, laughed.He was a tall heavy-set man of about sixty, bald, with a brick-red face and a walrus moustache.Rhys was a tall heavy-set man with greying hair and gentle eyes.Outside, a fair, willowy girl and a heavy-set woman in white were walking across the lawn.
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