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thin

adjective   /θɪn/ ( comparative thinner, superlative thinnest)
A2 Something that is thin is smaller than usual between its opposite sides. delgado, fino a thin slice of meat →  Opposite thick
A2 A thin person or animal has very little fat on their body. delgado, flaco
A thin substance or liquid has a lot of water in it. claro, aguado thin soup
(Definition of thin from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

thin

adjective /θin/ ( comparative thinner, superlative thinnest)
having a short distance between opposite sides fino thin paper The walls of these houses are too thin.
(of people or animals) not fat delgado She looks thin since her illness.
(of liquids, mixtures etc) not containing any solid matter; rather lacking in taste; (tasting as if) containing a lot of water or too much water aguado, poco espeso, claro thin soup.
not set closely together; not dense or crowded ralo, fino, escaso His hair is getting rather thin.
not convincing or believable poco convincente a thin excuse.
thinly adverb
de modo disperso; aguadamente; con poco espesor thinly disguised contempt.
thinness noun
delgadez, finura
thin air noun
nowhere sin dejar huella, (disappear/vanish into thin air: esfumarse) He disappeared into thin air.
thin-skinned adjective
sensitive; easily hurt or upset sensible; susceptible Be careful what you say – she’s very thin-skinned.
thin out phrasal verb
to make or become less dense or crowded escasear, reducirse, disminuir; clarear, empezar a ser menos denso/poblado/tupido The trees thinned out near the river.
(Definition of thin from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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