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thick

Definitions by Oxford


[θɪk], (Adjective)

Definitions:
- with opposite sides or surfaces that are far or relatively far apart
(e.g: thick slices of bread)

- made up of a large number of things or people close together
(e.g: his hair was long and thick)

- (of a liquid or a semi-liquid substance) relatively firm in consistency; not flowing freely
(e.g: thick mud)

- of low intelligence; stupid
(e.g: he's a bit thick)

- (of a voice) not clear or distinct; hoarse or husky
(e.g: Guy's voice was thick with desire)

- having a very close, friendly relationship
(e.g: he's very thick with the new master)

- (of a woman) curvy or voluptuous
(e.g: she's thick and she's rocking it)


Phrases:
- a bit thick
- as thick as a brick
- as thick as thieves
- as thick as two short planks
- get a thick ear
- give someone a thick ear
- the thick end of
- thick and fast
- through thick and thin

Origin:
Old English thicce, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch dik and German dick


[θɪk], (Noun)

Definitions:
- the most active or crowded part of something
(e.g: we were in the thick of the battle)


Phrases:
- a bit thick
- as thick as a brick
- as thick as thieves
- as thick as two short planks
- get a thick ear
- give someone a thick ear
- the thick end of
- thick and fast
- through thick and thin

Origin:


[θɪk], (Adverb)

Definitions:
- in or with deep, dense, or heavy mass
(e.g: bread spread thick with butter)


Phrases:
- a bit thick
- as thick as a brick
- as thick as thieves
- as thick as two short planks
- get a thick ear
- give someone a thick ear
- the thick end of
- thick and fast
- through thick and thin

Origin:







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