1. (to become fatter)
Adrián ha engordado desde su accidente. Adrian has gained weight since his accident.
Ana engordó durante el embarazo y no ha podido bajar de peso.Ana put on weight during her pregnancy and hasn't been able to lose it.
c. to get fat
Miguel engordó cuando dejó de correr. Miguel got fat when he quit running.
2. (to cause weight gain)transitive verb
Los palitos dorados de queso engordan.Deep-fried cheese sticks are fattening.
3. (to make fat)
4. (to inflate numbers)
a. to swell
Reportaron los metros cuadrados en lugar de los kilómetros lineales para engordar los números. They reported the square meters rather than linear kilometers in order to swell the numbers.
a. to fatten up
2. (aumentar)intransitive verb
a. to swell
a. to put on weight
he engordado seis kilosI've put on six kilos
4. (comida, bebida)
a. to be fattening
Verb Conjugations for engordar
Present Participle: engordando
Past Participle: engordado
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