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thick (n):
the location of something surrounded by other things
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in the midst of the crowd
thick (s):
(used informally) stupid
thick (s):
abounding; having a lot of
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the top was thick with dust
thick (s):
(used informally) associated on close terms
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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
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a compact shopping center.
a dense population.
thick crowds.
a thick forest.
thick hair
thick (s):
hard to pass through because of dense growth
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dense vegetation.
thick woods

Related Words: dense
thick (s):
having a short and solid form or stature
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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
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the thick speech of a drunkard.
his words were slurred
thick (s):
(of darkness) very intense
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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
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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
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thick cream.
thick soup.
thick smoke.
thick fog
thick (r):
in quick succession
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misfortunes come fast and thick
thick (r):
with a thick consistency
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the blood was flowing thick
Related Word: ly
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Two eyes see more than one

İki göz, bir gözden iyi görür.
Having two eyes is certainly better than having just one because two eyes provide us with stereo vision and depth perception.


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