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thick US Thesaurus

the walls are five feet thick

thick-skinned US Thesaurus

these guards have gotten pretty thick-skinned over the years

thick US English

With opposite sides or surfaces that are a great or relatively great distance apart

thick English-Spanish

grueso, gordo familiar/colloquial

thick-film US English

(Of a process or device) using or involving a relatively thick solid or liquid film

thick-knee US English

A large-eyed ploverlike bird with mottled brownish plumage, inhabiting open stony or sandy country

thick-skinned US English

Insensitive to criticism or insults

thick-witted US English

Dull and stupid

thick-lipped English-Spanish

de labios gruesos, bembón AmL

a bit thick in thick US English

Unfair or unreasonable

a bit thick US English

Unfair or unreasonable

thick and fast in thick US English

Rapidly and in great numbers

thick and fast US English

Rapidly and in great numbers

be thin-skinned in skinned US English

Be sensitive (or insensitive) to criticism or insults

thick as thieves in thick US English

(Of two or more people) very close or friendly; sharing secrets

thick as a brick US English

Very stupid

thick as thieves US English

(Of two or more people) very close or friendly; sharing secrets

lay something on thick in lay1 US English

Grossly exaggerate or overemphasize something

thick with in thick US English

Densely filled or covered with

have a thick skin in skin US English

Be insensitive (or oversensitive) to criticism or insults

have a thick skin US English

Be insensitive (or oversensitive) to criticism or insults

be thick on the ground in ground1 US English

Existing (or not existing) in large numbers or amounts

be thick on the ground US English

Existing (or not existing) in large numbers or amounts

through thick and thin in thick US English

Under all circumstances, no matter how difficult

through thick and thin US English

Under all circumstances, no matter how difficult

lay something on thick US English

Grossly exaggerate or overemphasize something

be thin-skinned US English

Be sensitive (or insensitive) to criticism or insults

thickset US English

(Of a person or animal) heavily or solidly built; stocky

you could cut with a knife US English

(Of an accent, atmosphere, or sentiment) very obvious

thick-billed or Brunnich’s murre in murre US English

A white-breasted North American auk (seabird)

to be thick (with sb) English-Spanish

estar* a partir un piñón

it's 5cm thick in thick English-Spanish

tiene 5cm de espesor

clear/thick honey in honey English-Spanish

miel líquida/espesa

she has thick hair in thick English-Spanish

tiene mucho pelo, tiene el pelo grueso y abundante

it's a bit thick in thick English-Spanish

ya es demasiado, ya es pasarse


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