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thick

adjective
 
 
/θɪk/
DISTANCE B1 Something that is thick is larger than usual between its opposite sides.
kalın
a thick slice of meat a thick layer of snowMeasurements of length and distanceMeasurements in generalWide and thickThick, dense and heavy
10cm/2m, etc thick being 10cm/2m, etc thick
10cm/2m vs. Kalınlıkta
a piece of wood 2cm thickMeasurements of length and distanceMeasurements in generalWide and thickThick, dense and heavy
LARGE AMOUNT B1 growing very close together and in large amounts
sık, gür, kesif, yoğun
thick, dark hairThick, dense and heavy
SMOKE B2 Thick smoke, cloud, or fog is difficult to see through.
koyu, kalın,yoğun
Thick, black smoke was pouring out of the chimney.Thick, dense and heavyOpaque
LIQUID A thick substance or liquid has very little water in it and does not flow easily.
koyu, kalın, peltemsi
Stir the sauce over a low heat until thick.Thick, dense and heavy
STUPID UK informal not intelligent
pek akıllı omayan, anlam güçlüğü çeken
Stupid and sillyOf unsound mind
be thick with sth If something is thick with a particular substance, it is covered in or full of that substance.
...ile dolu/kaplı
The air was thick with petrol fumes.Thick, dense and heavy
→  See also have (a) thick skin , thick and fast
(Definition of thick adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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