thick (n):
the location of something surrounded by other things
in the midst of the crowd
thick (s):
(used informally) stupid
thick (s):
abounding; having a lot of
the top was thick with dust
thick (s):
(used informally) associated on close terms
a close friend.
the bartender was chummy with the regular customers.
the two were thick as thieves for months

Related Word: chummy
thick (s):
having component parts closely crowded together
a compact shopping center.
a dense population.
thick crowds.
a thick forest.
thick hair
thick (s):
hard to pass through because of dense growth
dense vegetation.
thick woods

Related Words: dense
thick (s):
having a short and solid form or stature
a wrestler of compact build.
he was tall and heavyset.
stocky legs.
a thickset young man

Related Word: compact
thick (s):
spoken as if with a thick tongue
the thick speech of a drunkard.
his words were slurred
thick (s):
(of darkness) very intense
thick night.
thick darkness.
a face in deep shadow.
deep night

Related Word: deep
thick (a):
not thin; of a specific thickness or of relatively great extent from one surface to the opposite usually in the smallest of the three solid dimensions
an inch thick.
a thick board.
a thick sandwich.
spread a thick layer of butter.
thick coating of dust.
thick warm blankets
thick (a):
relatively dense in consistency
thick cream.
thick soup.
thick smoke.
thick fog
thick (r):
in quick succession
misfortunes come fast and thick
thick (r):
with a thick consistency
the blood was flowing thick
Related Word: ly
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A burnt child dreads the fire

Sütten ağzı yanan yoğurdu üfleyerek yer.
If something has hurt you once, you avoid it after that.

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