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Translation of "thinly" - English-Spanish dictionary

thinly

adverb   /ˈθɪn.li/
made or done so that something is not thick en rebanadas finas, fino thinly-sliced ham19322516
with only a small number of people or things, or without the people or things being close to each other escasamente a thinly populated area thinly planted seedlings1813
in a way that is not difficult to see through or to recognize apenas A light mist thinly covered the summit. a thinly disguised lie1499
(Definition of thinly from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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