Significado de “thinly” - en el Diccionario Inglés

thinly en inglés británico

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thinlyadverb

uk /ˈθɪn.li/ us /ˈθɪn.li/

thinly adverb (NOT THICK)

made or done so that something is not thick:

thinly-sliced ham

thinly adverb (TRANSPARENT)

in a way that is not difficult to see through or to recognize:

A light mist thinly covered the summit.
a thinly disguised lie

(Definición de thinly del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

thinly en inglés americano

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thinlyadverb

us /ˈθɪn·li/

thinly adverb (IN WEAK WAY)

in a way that is not difficult to see through or understand:

It was a thinly disguised attempt to gain control.

thinly adverb (NOT IN THICK WAY)

also thin, /θɪn/ made or done so that something has a small distance from the top to the bottom side:

Thinly sliced cheese is good for sandwiches.

(Definición de thinly del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

thinly en inglés de negocios

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thinlyadverb

uk /ˈθɪnli/ us

FINANCE, STOCK MARKET with few people buying or selling shares, etc.:

thinly traded markets/securities/stocks There are thinly traded markets for all three companies' shares.

without enough money, people, supplies, etc. to operate, do a job, or provide what is needed:

The refineries were thinly staffed, and employees were overworked.
If budgets become more thinly stretched, service quality can only suffer.
Because the industry is thinly capitalized, it remains highly vulnerable to the next economic downturn.

(Definición de thinly del Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)