Word: thick

 

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Synonyms: thick

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: thick

spanish
apretado, denso, grueso, craso, espeso


german
üppig, dicht, stark, sämig, dick

french
gros, lourd, touffu, dru, fort, ...

italian
spesso, grosso, forte, denso, folto, ...

portuguese
eles, denso, lhes, volumoso, gordo, ...

dutch
dik, dicht, troebel, gebonden, lijvig

russian
обильный, твердолобый, дремучий, плотный, изобильный, ...

norwegian
tett, tykk

swedish
tjock

finnish
tuuhea, sakea, vanttera, rehevä, sankka, ...

danish
tæt, tyk

czech
tupý, tlustý, těžkopádný, silný, hustý, ...

polish
gruby, tłusty, grubo, ciężko, gęsty, ...

hungarian
vastag, vastagon

turkish
sık, kalın, koyu

greek
πυκνός

ukrainian
масний, жирний, підсліпуватий, товстий, тужавий

albanian
trashë

belarusian
грубы

estonian
paks

croatian
brojan, jak, glup, odebljati, gustoću, ...

icelandic
þykkur, digur

latin
profundus, creber

lithuanian
tirštas, storas, tankus

latvian
biezs

romanian
dens, gros

slovak
hustý

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The meaning and "use of": thick

adjective
  • with opposite sides or surfaces that are a great or relatively great distance apart.
  • made up of a large number of things or people close together.
  • (of a liquid or a semiliquid substance) relatively firm in consistency; not flowing freely.
  • of low intelligence; stupid.
  • (of a voice) not clear or distinct; hoarse or husky.
  • having a very close, friendly relationship.

noun
  • the busiest or most crowded part of something; the middle of something.

adverb
  • in or with deep, dense, or heavy mass.

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