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thick British & World English

With opposite sides or surfaces that are far or relatively far apart

thick English Thesaurus

the walls are five feet thick

thick-film British & World English

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

thick-knee British & World English

Another term for stone curlew.

thick-skinned British & World English

Insensitive to criticism or insults

thick-skinned English Thesaurus

I suppose you have to be pretty thick-skinned to be an MP

a bit thick British & World English

Unfair or unreasonable

thick and fast British & World English

Rapidly and in great numbers

thick as thieves British & World English

(Of two or more people) very close or friendly

thick with in thick British & World English

Densely filled or covered with

have a thick skin British & World English

Be insensitive (or oversensitive) to criticism or insults

be thick on the ground British & World English

Exist in large (or small) numbers or amounts

lay something on thick British & World English

Grossly exaggerate or overemphasize something

through thick and thin British & World English

Under all circumstances, no matter how difficult

give someone a thick ear British & World English

Punish someone (or be punished) with a blow on the ear or head

the thick end of something British & World English

The greater part of something

a bit thick in thick British & World English

Unfair or unreasonable

thickset British & World English

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

thick and fast in thick British & World English

Rapidly and in great numbers

thickheaded British & World English

Unintelligent; stupid

thick as thieves in thick British & World English

(Of two or more people) very close or friendly

lay something on thick in lay1 British & World English

Grossly exaggerate or overemphasize something

have a thick skin in skin British & World English

Be insensitive (or oversensitive) to criticism or insults

be thick on the ground in ground1 British & World English

Exist in large (or small) numbers or amounts

give someone a thick ear in thick British & World English

Punish someone (or be punished) with a blow on the ear or head

through thick and thin in thick British & World English

Under all circumstances, no matter how difficult

a bit thick in thick English Thesaurus

I thought this was a bit thick and tried to defend myself

as thick as thieves in thick British & World English

(Of two or more people) very close or friendly

have a thick or thin skin in skin British & World English

Be insensitive (or oversensitive) to criticism or insults

as thick as a brick in thick British & World English

another way of saying thick as two planks below.

lay something on thick or with a trowel in lay1 British & World English

Grossly exaggerate or overemphasize something

be thick or thin on the ground in ground1 British & World English

Exist in large (or small) numbers or amounts

give someone or get a thick ear in thick British & World English

Punish someone (or be punished) with a blow on the ear or head


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