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dense

adjective   /dens/
thick and difficult to see through denso dense fog
with a lot of people or things close together denso dense forest
densely adverb /ˈdens·li/
densamente a densely populated area
(Definition of dense from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dense

adjective /dens/
thick and close espeso, denso We made our way through dense forest The fog was so dense that we could not see anything.
very stupid corto, torpe, estúpido He’s so dense I have to tell him everything twice.
densely adverb
very closely together densamente The crowd was densely packed.
density noun ( plural densities)
the number of items, people etc found in a given area compared with other areas especially if large densidad the density of the population.
(chemistry, physics) the quantity of matter in each unit of volume densidad the density of a gas.
(Definition of dense from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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