Definición de “thing” en inglés
OBJECT [C] › used to refer to an object without saying its name: How do I switch this thing off? I need to get a few things in town.
PERSON [C] › used to refer to a person or animal when you are expressing your feelings towards them: You look tired, you poor thing. He's spending three months in Barbados, lucky thing!
IDEA [C] › used to refer to an idea, event, or activity: I can't believe Nick would say such a thing! Meeting Nina was the best thing that's ever happened to me.
for one thing › used to give a reason for something: You can't give Amy that shirt - for one thing it's too small for her.
the thing is informal › used to introduce a problem which relates to something that you have just said: I'd love to go out tonight, but the thing is, I've got to finish my report.
a thing › used instead of 'anything' in order to emphasize what you are saying: I haven't got a thing to wear!
have a thing about sth/sb informal › to like or dislike something or someone very much: He's got a thing about blonde women.
it's a good thing informal › If it is a good thing that something happened, it is lucky that it happened: [+ (that)] It's a good thing that Jo was there to help you.
first/last thing informal › at the beginning/end of the day: I'll phone him first thing and tell him I can't come. She likes a glass of milk last thing at night.
be sb's thing informal › If an activity or subject is someone's thing, they are very interested in it and like doing it: Jogging's just not my thing - I prefer team sports.