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thick
θɪk
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Abounding; having a lot of.
  2. Stupid.
  3. Associated on close terms.
  4. Having component parts closely crowded together.
  5. Spoken as if with a thick tongue.
  6. (of darkness) very intense.
  7. Hard to pass through because of dense growth.
  8. Having a short and solid form or stature.
  9. 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.
  10. Relatively dense in consistency.
(名) As a noun
  1. The location of something surrounded by other things.
(副) As an adverb
  1. Thick.
  2. With a thick consistency.
Hyphenationthick
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (副) adverb, (名) noun
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hòuthick; deep or profound; kind; generous; rich or strong in flavor; to favor; to stress
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nóngconcentrated; dense; strong (smell etc)
粘稠niánchóuthick; viscous; sticky
混浊hùnzhuóturbid; muddy; dirty
笨蛋bèndànfool; idiot
厚实hòushithick; substantial; sturdy; solid
厚重hòuzhòngthick; heavy; thickset (body); massive; generous; extravagant; profound; dignified
hòuthick
密密mìmìthick; dense; close
密密匝匝mìmì zā zāthick; concentrated; dense
密密实实mìmì shí shíthick; concentrated
密密扎扎mìmì zhāzhāthick; dense
浓密nóngmìthick; murky
浓稠nóngchóuthick; dense and creamy
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