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thin
θɪn
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Not dense.
  2. Lacking excess flesh.
  3. (of sound) lacking resonance or volume.
  4. Lacking substance or significance.
  5. Lacking spirit or sincere effort.
  6. Of relatively small extent from one surface to the opposite or in cross section.
  7. Relatively thin in consistency or low in density; not viscous.
  8. Very narrow.
(副) As an adverb
  1. Without viscosity.
(动) As a verb
  1. Take off weight.
  2. Lessen the strength or flavor of a solution or mixture.
  3. Make thin or thinner.
  4. Lose thickness; become thin or thinner.
Hyphenationthin
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (副) adverb
Matching Results
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báothin; cold in manner; indifferent; weak; light; infertile
meager; slight; weak; ungenerous or unkind; frivolous; to despise; to belittle; to look down on; to approach or near; (Chinese surname)
thin or slender; finely particulate; thin and soft; fine; delicate; trifling; (of a sound) quiet; frugal
shòuthin; to lose weight; (of clothing) tight; (of meat) lean; (of land) unproductive
稀疏xīshūsparse; infrequent; thinly spread
稀薄xībóthin; rarefied
dàninsipid; diluted; weak; mild; light in color; tasteless; fresh; indifferent; nitrogen
ruòweak; feeble; young; inferior; (following a decimal or fraction) slightly less than
空洞kōngdòngcavity; empty; vacuous
变薄biànbáoattenuation
变细biànxìattenuat
瘦巴巴shòu bābāthin; scrawny; emaciated
thin; emaciated; worn; tired
癯瘦qúshòuthin; emaciated
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