Strapping vs Beefy - What's the difference?
| Related terms
Strapping is a related term of beefy.
As adjectives the difference between strapping and beefy
is that strapping
is (obsolete) of a young woman full of vigor; lusty while beefy
is similar to, or tasting like beef.
As a verb strapping
As a noun strapping
is adhesive plaster for strapping injuries.
(obsolete) Of a young woman full of vigor; lusty.
Of a person of either sex; Having a sturdy muscular physique; robust.
, date=February 12
, author=Les Roopanarine
, title=Birmingham 1 - 0 Stoke
, passage=But while the two strapping
front men battered Foster, they could not better him, and in the absence of tangible reward for his creative efforts, Pennant almost took matters into his own hands, curling a low free-kick inches wide of Foster's left-hand upright.}}
Adhesive plaster for strapping injuries.
A length of narrow material to be used for straps, or straps collectively.
A beating with a strap.
Similar to, or tasting like beef.
(informal) Strong or muscular.
(informal) Sturdy; robust.
- The barman was a big, beefy guy with his sleeves rolled up and tattoos on his arms.
- The software slows down even a beefy computer.