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thick

  

      adj  
1    broad, bulky, deep, fat, solid, substantial, wide  
2    close, clotted, coagulated, compact, concentrated, condensed, crowded, deep, dense, heavy, impenetrable, opaque  
3    abundant, brimming, bristling, bursting, chock-a-block, chock-full, covered, crawling, frequent, full, numerous, packed, replete, swarming, teeming  
4    blockheaded, braindead     (informal)   brainless, dense, dim-witted     (informal)   dopey     (informal)   dozy     (Brit. informal)   dull, insensitive, moronic, obtuse, slow, slow-witted, stupid, thickheaded  
5    dense, heavy, impenetrable, soupy  
6    distorted, guttural, hoarse, husky, inarticulate, indistinct, throaty  
7    broad, decided, distinct, marked, pronounced, rich, strong  
8      (informal)   buddy-buddy     (slang, chiefly U.S. & Canad.)   chummy     (informal)   close, confidential, devoted, familiar, friendly, hand in glove, inseparable, intimate, matey or maty     (Brit. informal)   on good terms, pally     (informal)   palsy-walsy     (informal)   well in     (informal)  
9    a bit thick      excessive, over the score     (informal)   too much, unfair, unjust, unreasonable  
      n  
10    centre, heart, middle, midst  
  
Antonyms     
  
1    narrow, slight, slim, thin  
2    clear, diluted, runny, thin, watery, weak  
3    bare, clear, devoid of, empty, free from, sparse, thin  
4    articulate, brainy, bright, clever, intellectual, intelligent, quick-witted, sharp, smart  
5    clear, thin  
6    articulate, clear, distinct, sharp, shrill, thin  
7    faint, slight, vague, weak  
8    antagonistic, distant, hostile, unfriendly  


thick-skinned     
callous, case-hardened, hard-boiled     (informal)   hardened, impervious, insensitive, stolid, tough, unfeeling, unsusceptible  
  
Antonyms     
   concerned, feeling, sensitive, tender, thin-skinned, touchy  
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thicket, thicken, tick, thickset

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n.
Materialistic concept neonewtonist. In its measures, this variation of length of traveled route (by unit of time) by a group of photons ( φ is the initial of photons) - the light signal - is equal to what is collectively called " radial velocity". It distinguishes itself from it in its gnoseology.
Phys. Concept before 2007 The redshift indicates the phi-speed of a star. But do not give the immediate knowledge of its absolute speed.
adv.
maximum; no more (or later) than; at the most
E.g.: You have to be back at 11 o'clock tops; The show lasted one hour tops
n.
scallion (synonym)
exp.
(metaphorically) die
[Fig.]
n.
small handbag without handles
n.
bitch (alternative term)
nm.
acronym of Lunar Module, little vehicle created especially to move on the moon during XXth century 's space conquest.
exp.
(metaphorically) manipulation attempt
His speech was nothing but smoke and mirrors
v.
perceive (an idea or situation) mentally
"I just realised how important is that trip for you."
n.
buttocks of (adult) woman
Slang; refers to a person's "bottom," in American English. A bit more polite than "ass," less clinical than "buttocks."
v.
to say, pronounce, speak
ex.: The child sounded out each word out loud as she read her book.
exp.
expression used for saying that someone is worth being kept close (as a friend, partner..)
n.
cell mate (in a prison)
[Slang]
adj.
(of sound) hollow and deep-sounding
adj.
tending to repair (also reparatory)
n.
piegamento in avanti (in piedi)
exp.
get well with someone from the very beginning of the relationship
used when referring to romantic relationship, but also in a larger meaning: He hit it off with his teacher; he will continue taking classes with her.
n.
n.
(in neomarxist thought) the third main exploitive social class: The bourgeoisie of innovation. The members of the innovoisie have usually human innovating capital. They receive (as individuals) copyrights or patent rights and consume more than the world GDP. (neologism 1996 Yanick Toutain)
exp.
(colloquially) tattoo on the lower back
conj.
albeit although, even if, even though, notwithstanding that, tho' (U.S. or poetic) though or comment which reduces the force or significance of what you have just said. FORMAL adv ADV with cl/group (=although)
Charles's letter was indeed published, albeit in a somewhat abbreviated form.
n.
(british slang) "a strong drink" as in "i need a stiff whisky so pour me a real snorter", or (nautical slang) "a strong wind".
Slang
n.
The practice of restricting the amount of food a person eats (self-imposed starvation seen with anorexia nervosa) in order to consume greater amounts of alcohol or of purging (as seen with bulimia nervosa) to try to reduce caloric intake to offset the calories consumed in alcohol.
[Med.] "Drunkorexic" behaviors most often stem from the fear of weight gain from alcohol.
n.
a potential benefit or disadvantage
n.
the process of using the knowledge or information you have in order to understand something or form an opinion, or the opinion that you form ()
I have to make deductions about the meaning of words in poem then, I could understand more.
v.
to cover with a thin layer of paint applied with a dry brush in order to soften or blur a figure or outline
an art term
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