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English definition of “thick”

thick

adjective (NOT FLOWING)    /θɪk/
(of a liquid ) not flowing easily : thick soup a thick sauce thick paint → Opposite thin adjective, or runnyThick, dense and heavy thickly     /ˈθɪk.li/ adverb
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