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Meanings for thick

broad; wide

midst, thick(adj)

the location of something surrounded by other things

"in the midst of the crowd"


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"


having component parts closely crowded together

"a compact shopping center"; "a dense population"; "thick crowds"; "a thick forest"; "thick hair"


relatively dense in consistency

"thick cream"; "thick soup"; "thick smoke"; "thick fog"

slurred, thick(adj)

spoken as if with a thick tongue

"the thick speech of a drunkard"; "his words were slurred"

compact, heavyset, stocky, thick, thickset(adj)

having a short and solid form or stature

"a wrestler of compact build"; "he was tall and heavyset"; "stocky legs"; "a thickset young man"

dense, thick(adj)

hard to pass through because of dense growth

"dense vegetation"; "thick woods"

thick, deep(adj)

(of darkness) very intense

"thick night"; "thick darkness"; "a face in deep shadow"; "deep night"

chummy, buddy-buddy, thick(p)(adj)

(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"

blockheaded, boneheaded, duncical, duncish, fatheaded, loggerheaded, thick, thickheaded, thick-skulled, wooden-headed(adj)

(used informally) stupid


abounding; having a lot of

"the top was thick with dust"

thickly, thick(adverb)

with a thick consistency

"the blood was flowing thick"

thick, thickly(adverb)

in quick succession

"misfortunes come fast and thick"

having or being of relatively great depth or extent from one surface to its opposite

a thick board was laid across the pit

being of a consistency that resists flow

thick maple syrup for pancakes

closely acquainted

those two have been thick since grade school

having a greater than usual measure across

cross your name off the list with a really thick line so I can see it

having little space between items or parts

a hedge thick with gorse bushes

not having or showing an ability to absorb ideas readily

couldn't believe that his guests were so thick that they were missing his hints that it was time to leave

possessing or covered with great numbers or amounts of something specified

a meadow thick with wildflowers

the most intense or characteristic phase of something

in the thick of winter many Northerners are dreaming of tropical islands

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Example Sentences of thick

The ice was thick enough for me to walk on.

You need to wear thick socks to keep your feet warm.

The ice is thick enough to walk on.

The ice was thick enough to walk on.

The townspeople like to eat thick steaks.

The thick fog made it hard to see the road.

The ice is not thick enough to hold our weight.

In addition to a thick fog, there was a heavy swell.

The thick fog made it impossible to see the building.

Tom has a thick beard.

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Synonyms for thick

midst dense duncical duncish stocky thickheaded boneheaded loggerheaded blockheaded chummy thick skulled thickset deep wooden headed compact fatheaded heavyset buddy buddy thick(p) slurred summary succinct compendious dull dim impenetrable dumb slow heavy obtuse mystifying cryptical rich abstruse recondite inscrutable cryptic mysterious bass densely thickly glutinous teem great intimate overflow pally broad close knit friendly unclear chunky packed tight knit swarm viscous crowded solid close opaque extreme thick as two short planks stupid thick as pigshit big blunt clumsy coarse huge immense large rude stout condensed inspissated turbid luteous coagulated muddy misty vaporous numerous bulky confused inarticulate not thin dumpy squab squat plump gross inspissate roiled not clear not transparent abundant frequent closely set in quick succession indistinct not quick familiar hand and glove hail fellow well met thickest part frequently fast quick closely to a great depth thickness hau bulk thickened meinung thin fat ropy ropey syrupy viscid bosom especial inseparable inward near tight wide jam packed serried airheaded birdbrained bonehead brain dead brainless bubbleheaded chuckleheaded dim witted doltish dopey dopy dorky dunderheaded empty headed fatuous gormless half witted knuckleheaded lamebrain lamebrained lunkheaded mindless oafish pinheaded senseless simple slow witted soft softheaded thick witted unintelligent unsmart vacuous weak minded witless abounding awash flush fraught lousy replete rife swarming teeming thronging depth height middle

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Thick in different languages

  • كثيف, سميك, غليظArabic
  • тығыҙ, ҡуйы, күп һанлы, ҡалынBashkir
  • тоўстыByelorussian
  • гъст дебел Bulgarian
  • tlustý hustý Czech
  • twp tew Welch
  • tyk tykt Danish
  • dicht dick plump mitten in German
  • παχής πυκνός Greek
  • espeso grueso Spanish
  • ستبر سفت کلفت غلیظ ضخیم انبوه چاق Persian
  • samea sakea tiheä paksu paksusti Finnish
  • incompréhensible lourd épais opaque dense copains comme cochons lourdingue gros French
  • tiubh Irish
  • tiughScots Gaelic
  • çhiuManx
  • עבהHebrew
  • मोटा Hindi
  • sűrű vastag Hungarian
  • թավ հաստ թանձր Armenian
  • kental tebal Indonesian
  • pesante spesso spessa folto denso Italian
  • עָבformer Hebrew
  • 濃い, 厚い, 鈍い, 混む, 密集, 太い, 厚さ, 厚く, 厚いですJapanese
  • ជុក, ក្រាស់Cambodian
  • 두껍다, 두꺼운Korean
  • ئه‌ستوور سه‌خت Kurdish
  • tewgreek
  • crassus Latin
  • biezs resns Latvian
  • mātotoru, haputa, oruMaori
  • густ збиен дебел набиен тап во дебелина густо Macedonian
  • ထူထဲ, ပျစ်Burmese
  • tykk, tjukk
  • zware dichte dikke dik dichtopeengepakte zwaar dicht dichtopeengepakt sloom gezet slome traag van begrip gezette Dutch
  • tjukk
  • tykk Norwegian
  • gruby gęsty Polish
  • ګڼ, غټ, ټينګ, ډبل, پلندPashto
  • denso espesso grosso estúpido estúpida Portuguese
  • gros tulbure Romanian
  • густой в толщину толстый тупой гуща Russian
  • debeo, дебеоSerbo
  • tlstý Slovak
  • debelSlovenian
  • grov trög tjock packad tät tätt tjockt Swedish
  • தடித்த Tamil
  • చిక్కని, మందమైన, దట్టమైనTegulu
  • หนาThai
  • yoğun kalın Turkish
  • товстийUkrainian
  • موٹا, موٹیUrdu
  • dày Vietnamese
  • דיקYiddish
  • Chinese

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