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-ish
is used with some adjectives to mean 'quite'
appearance
the way a ​person or thing ​looks to other ​people
bold
strong in ​colour or ​shape, and very ​noticeable to the ​eye
broad shoulders
with wide shoulders
clean-shaven
without a beard or moustache
contact lenses
small round pieces of plastic you wear in you eyes to help you see better
dark-skinned
with colour of skin close to black
expect
to ​think or ​believe something will ​happen, or someone will ​arrive
eyebrows
the ​lines of ​short ​hairs above eyes in ​humans
fattish
quite fat
female
woman or girl
figure
the sahpe of a woman's body
go bald
in process of loosing hair
go grey
become grey-haired or white-haired (SYN go white)
hair
the ​mass of ​thin thread-like ​structures on the ​head of a ​person
in bad shape
in bad physical condition
light-skinned
with colour of skin close to white
lose your hair
becoming bald
male
man or boy
neat
tidy and carefully arranged
pale-skinned
with colour of skin close to red
plump
quite fat, in a anice way
pregnant
expecting a baby
pretty
attractive and nice to look at
receding
decrease of something
rough
(of a surface) doesn't feel smooth
roundish
oval- or circle-shaped
scar
leftover on skin after surgery or injury
sex
the state of being either male or female
shoulder
one of the two ​parts of the ​body at each ​side of the ​neck that ​join the ​arms to the ​rest of the ​body
skin
covers the body
skinny
very thin, but not in an attractive way
slender
thin in an attractive way (SYN slim)
smooth
with a completely flat surface
stocky
with a solid, strong body (SYN well built)
stubble
the ​short ​hair that ​grows on a man's ​face
tallish
quite large and tall
tanned
having brown skin after spending time in the sun
tell sth
know or guess sth
well built
with a solid, strong body (SYN stocky)
wrinkles
small lines in the skin caused by old age
youngish
quite young
go white
become grey-haired or white-haired (SYN go grey)
in good shape
in good physical condition
slim
thin in an attractive way (SYN slender)