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Translation of "thick" - English-Spanish dictionary

thick

adjective /θik/
having a relatively large distance between opposite sides; not thin grueso a thick book thick walls thick glass.
having a certain distance between opposite sides de grosor It’s two inches thick a two-inch-thick pane of glass.
(of liquids, mixtures etc) containing solid matter; not flowing (easily) when poured espeso, denso thick soup.
made of many single units placed very close together; dense denso, espeso, abundante a thick forest thick hair.
difficult to see through denso, espeso thick fog.
full of, covered with etc cargado The room was thick with dust The air was thick with smoke.
stupid tonto Don’t be so thick!
thickly adverb
densamente, espesamente The trees were thickly covered in snow.
thickness noun
densidad, espesor
thicken verb
to make or become thick or thicker espesar(se) We’ll add some flour to thicken the soup The fog thickened and we could no longer see the road.
thick-skinned adjective
not easily hurt by criticism or insults insensible, duro You won’t upset her – she’s very thick-skinned.
thick and fast
frequently and in large numbers en abundancia The bullets/insults were flying thick and fast.
through thick and thin
whatever happens; in spite of all difficulties contra viento y marea, incondicionalmente, pase lo que pase, a las duras y a las maduras They were friends through thick and thin.
(Definition of thick from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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