Translation of thinly in Spanish:

thinly

Pronunciation: /ˈθɪnli/

adv

  • 1.1 [slice] en rebanadas finas apply the glue thinly aplique una capa delgada de pegamento resources are spread too thinly to have the required effect los recursos se diluyen demasiado como para surtir el efecto deseado 1.2 (sparsely) a thinly populated region una región con poca densidad de población, una región poco or escasamente poblada a thinly wooded area una zona de bosque ralo or poco espeso sow the seed thinly siembre esparciendo bien la semilla 1.3 (scarcely) apenas a thinly veiled threat una amenaza apenas velada thinly disguised propaganda propaganda (f) política apenas disimulada 1.4 (insubstantially) [clad] pobremente; [smile] fríamente

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