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thin

adjective
 
 
/θɪn/ (thinner, thinnest)
DISTANCE A2 Something that is thin is smaller than usual between its opposite sides.
ince
a thin slice of ham The walls are very thin. Measurements of length and distanceSmallExtremely smallThin and fineNarrow and thin
PERSON A2 A thin person or animal has very little fat on their body.
ince, zayıf
Thin or slender (of people)Not fit and healthyNarrow and thinSmallExtremely smallThin and fine
LIQUID A thin substance or liquid has a lot of water in it and flows easily.
sıvı sulu, koyu değil
thin soupThin and fine
AMOUNT having only a small number of people or a small amount of something
seyrek, kalabalık değil
His hair is going thin on top.SmallExtremely small
AIR Thin air does not have enough oxygen in it.
hafif, az oksijenli
Thin and fine
→  See also disappear/vanish into thin air , be thin on the ground , through thick and thin , wear thin
(Definition of thin adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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