Phrasal verb: fill out

fill out = to become heavier and more rounded, often due to getting older

‘In his thirties’ means when he was aged between 30 and 39 years old.
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Who do you know who has filled out as they have become older? I know I was very happy when I started to fill out in my mid-twenties.
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