There is not a set weight because it is all based on a matter of opinion. Some people have a lot of muscle and weigh a lot, but they don't look chubby. While others do not have not as much muscle, they appear "chubby". All in all this is a question with no real answer.
Chubby is a term used to indicate someone is overweight. This can be a chubby cheeked baby or a chubby teen with baby fat.
He was a little chubby when he was younger
No your tall. You might be chubby but chubby isn't over weight.
One can't just look at the belly region to decide if someone has a chubby belly. Weight and height are measured and calculated by one's doctor to determine if one is overweight, underweight or right where they should be.
Fat, overweight, obese, bariatric.
Flabby, chunky, fat, overweight, blubbery.
For most people, these all mean the same thing. Sometimes, the term 'big girl' refers to a girl who is tall for her age. It is quite possible to find an exceptionally tall girl who is not a fat chubby obesity. Similarly, it is possile to find a fat chubby obesity who is not tall, and therefore who is not a big girl in this respect. Often, fat chubby obesities do not move very much from their beds and spend much of their time eating and blaming their obesity on their big bones. By contrast, big (i.e. tall) girls rarely blame their height on the size of their bones.
Obese, overweight, chubby.Adj.: chunky, chubby, overweight, obese, heavy, big, big-boned, large, paunchy, potbellied, rotund, roly-poly, plump, pudgy, stout.Also, as a noun: grease, adipose tissue, lard.
There's no medical definition of "chubby". It would be somewhere between the point of a normal weight and the classification of being overweight.
Probably fat, big, heavy, huge, or chubby an dam
Slightly overweight. You're slightly on the chubby side, but you're technically not really fat. You're only slightly over the line between a healthy weight and overweight.