of relatively small extent from one surface to the opposite or in cross section
"thin wire"; "a thin chiffon blouse"; "a thin book"; "a thin layer of paint"
roly-poly, important, embonpoint, syrupy, porcine, clotted, stentorian, paunchy, fat, pear-shaped, soupy, grumbling, tubby, rotund, blubbery, gelatinlike, stout, potbellied, heavy, wide, buxom, sonorous, coagulated, viscous, overweight, rich, full, impenetrable, significant, clogged, jellylike, two-ply, thickened, round, zaftig, thick, rumbling, grumous, gelatinous, weighty, dumpy, gross, deep, curdled, abdominous, four-ply, pudgy, stringy, obese, deep-chested, creamy, fattish, broad, three-ply, podgy, thready, grumose, ropey, portly, jowly, zoftig, concentrated, chubby, coagulable, double-chinned, quilted, sounding, plangent, spirited, booming, fleshy, ropy, dense, plump, coagulate, corpulent, loose-jowled, orotund, thicken, inspissate
lacking excess flesh
"you can't be too rich or too thin"; "Yon Cassius has a lean and hungry look"-Shakespeare
plangent, fat, buxom, pudgy, blubbery, quilted, podgy, gelatinlike, weighty, gross, important, zaftig, gelatinous, orotund, rumbling, booming, creamy, heavy, impenetrable, three-ply, fleshy, significant, syrupy, portly, fattish, rotund, curdled, roly-poly, sonorous, concentrated, clotted, round, embonpoint, thick, zoftig, sounding, corpulent, two-ply, coagulable, clogged, obese, grumose, deep-chested, rich, porcine, stringy, loose-jowled, grumbling, stout, dumpy, overweight, thickened, viscous, grumous, dense, jellylike, double-chinned, four-ply, plump, potbellied, abdominous, spirited, jowly, soupy, full, stentorian, coagulate, thready, chubby, broad, pear-shaped, ropy, wide, coagulated, deep, paunchy, ropey, tubby, thicken, inspissate
"a thin line across the page"
curdled, overweight, thickened, pear-shaped, fleshy, three-ply, thick, fat, corpulent, zoftig, two-ply, ropy, jowly, four-ply, grumose, jellylike, paunchy, sounding, deep-chested, quilted, tubby, gelatinous, roly-poly, podgy, grumous, obese, important, gross, grumbling, heavy, dense, wide, round, blubbery, deep, syrupy, zaftig, viscous, booming, rotund, rumbling, coagulable, impenetrable, loose-jowled, chubby, plump, coagulate, weighty, spirited, concentrated, creamy, pudgy, clogged, gelatinlike, broad, coagulated, buxom, porcine, double-chinned, abdominous, stringy, thready, dumpy, plangent, rich, portly, potbellied, soupy, stout, embonpoint, stentorian, full, orotund, fattish, clotted, sonorous, ropey, significant, inspissate, thicken
"a thin beard"; "trees were sparse"
three-ply, dense, gelatinlike, porcine, fleshy, concentrated, jellylike, gross, tubby, dumpy, zaftig, plump, orotund, viscous, ropey, roly-poly, buxom, four-ply, round, ropy, paunchy, fat, creamy, double-chinned, thickened, corpulent, full, soupy, spirited, significant, chubby, potbellied, rumbling, obese, zoftig, abdominous, jowly, stout, clogged, impenetrable, loose-jowled, blubbery, stringy, fattish, thready, stentorian, podgy, coagulate, grumose, coagulated, syrupy, booming, thick, broad, heavy, rich, plangent, weighty, sonorous, gelatinous, deep-chested, quilted, rotund, grumbling, two-ply, grumous, pudgy, sounding, pear-shaped, embonpoint, coagulable, wide, important, clotted, deep, overweight, curdled, portly, inspissate, thicken
relatively thin in consistency or low in density; not viscous
"air is thin at high altitudes"; "a thin soup"; "skimmed milk is much thinner than whole milk"; "thin oil"
rich, ropy, jowly, gelatinlike, syrupy, blubbery, three-ply, viscous, fat, thick, clotted, obese, rumbling, impenetrable, sonorous, soupy, paunchy, curdled, buxom, full, quilted, loose-jowled, embonpoint, coagulated, podgy, zoftig, portly, thready, plump, important, weighty, stout, heavy, chubby, clogged, roly-poly, two-ply, deep-chested, four-ply, fattish, coagulable, spirited, gross, stringy, gelatinous, wide, concentrated, zaftig, dumpy, ropey, grumous, thickened, significant, rotund, dense, tubby, jellylike, fleshy, grumose, creamy, double-chinned, round, plangent, abdominous, broad, corpulent, deep, booming, sounding, potbellied, overweight, coagulate, pudgy, grumbling, orotund, pear-shaped, porcine, stentorian, inspissate, thicken
(of sound) lacking resonance or volume
"a thin feeble cry"
gelatinlike, thick, soupy, rumbling, chubby, thickened, zaftig, tubby, double-chinned, heavy, clogged, important, corpulent, fattish, zoftig, coagulate, pudgy, grumous, ropey, coagulated, plump, gross, rich, sounding, deep, blubbery, podgy, quilted, rotund, roly-poly, fat, potbellied, weighty, round, stout, coagulable, abdominous, full, ropy, jellylike, overweight, fleshy, plangent, deep-chested, booming, concentrated, jowly, buxom, viscous, thready, stringy, orotund, significant, three-ply, creamy, pear-shaped, impenetrable, portly, two-ply, stentorian, curdled, embonpoint, porcine, clotted, loose-jowled, obese, wide, grumose, grumbling, sonorous, gelatinous, broad, spirited, dense, four-ply, syrupy, paunchy, dumpy, inspissate, thicken
lacking spirit or sincere effort
"a thin smile"
plangent, embonpoint, sonorous, porcine, round, chubby, overweight, heavy, grumbling, potbellied, sounding, ropey, coagulated, clogged, important, rich, thickened, broad, gelatinlike, obese, abdominous, podgy, stentorian, full, impenetrable, rumbling, stout, fattish, concentrated, curdled, thick, grumose, deep-chested, significant, rotund, fat, pear-shaped, three-ply, corpulent, thready, ropy, coagulable, zoftig, coagulate, loose-jowled, fleshy, wide, creamy, stringy, plump, portly, dense, jowly, quilted, two-ply, spirited, orotund, jellylike, gross, pudgy, soupy, weighty, grumous, buxom, four-ply, dumpy, paunchy, blubbery, zaftig, deep, double-chinned, gelatinous, booming, tubby, clotted, viscous, roly-poly, syrupy, thicken, inspissate
flimsy, fragile, slight, tenuous, thin(verb)
lacking substance or significance
"slight evidence"; "a tenuous argument"; "a thin plot"; a fragile claim to fame"
coagulable, orotund, portly, wide, potbellied, tubby, grumose, clotted, thick, gelatinlike, jowly, heavy, podgy, rotund, sonorous, coagulated, double-chinned, gross, gelatinous, zaftig, spirited, blubbery, clogged, deep, buxom, plangent, porcine, thickened, booming, viscous, ropey, rich, dumpy, thready, embonpoint, four-ply, stringy, rumbling, round, fleshy, soupy, zoftig, quilted, chubby, concentrated, three-ply, pear-shaped, impenetrable, coagulate, significant, plump, full, creamy, abdominous, jellylike, loose-jowled, deep-chested, curdled, paunchy, fat, broad, syrupy, important, dense, sounding, fattish, roly-poly, corpulent, stout, grumbling, obese, weighty, grumous, two-ply, ropy, overweight, pudgy, stentorian, inspissate, thicken
lose thickness; become thin or thinner
fleshy, sounding, syrupy, orotund, fat, stout, heavy, soupy, double-chinned, clogged, abdominous, pear-shaped, impenetrable, plangent, loose-jowled, gross, stentorian, zoftig, two-ply, paunchy, jowly, sonorous, thickened, corpulent, ropey, embonpoint, thick, round, porcine, wide, curdled, coagulable, concentrated, rich, portly, important, plump, deep-chested, full, rotund, grumous, coagulate, thready, creamy, zaftig, clotted, tubby, coagulated, rumbling, fattish, grumose, significant, spirited, three-ply, gelatinous, jellylike, gelatinlike, weighty, dumpy, ropy, grumbling, podgy, broad, overweight, chubby, stringy, dense, deep, four-ply, roly-poly, buxom, pudgy, potbellied, quilted, obese, blubbery, viscous, booming, thicken, inspissate
make thin or thinner
"Thin the solution"
thickened, round, ropy, sounding, clogged, porcine, double-chinned, three-ply, embonpoint, syrupy, thick, rotund, sonorous, roly-poly, heavy, loose-jowled, paunchy, tubby, coagulate, spirited, soupy, abdominous, clotted, grumous, jowly, grumbling, blubbery, ropey, significant, obese, viscous, gross, zaftig, fat, important, rich, full, potbellied, gelatinous, curdled, booming, deep, jellylike, coagulated, overweight, pear-shaped, chubby, podgy, wide, rumbling, creamy, gelatinlike, pudgy, zoftig, dumpy, weighty, stringy, broad, dense, fleshy, thready, four-ply, concentrated, stout, orotund, two-ply, stentorian, buxom, portly, coagulable, fattish, deep-chested, grumose, corpulent, plump, quilted, plangent, impenetrable, inspissate, thicken
dilute, thin, thin out, reduce, cut(verb)
lessen the strength or flavor of a solution or mixture
veer, bring down, decoct, sheer, slim down, turn off, quash, turn out, boil down, burn, foreshorten, shorten, hack, trim down, slim, prune, edit, snub, debase, cut, rationalize, load, curve, trim back, trim, ignore, swerve, cut back, write out, cut down, subjugate, thin out, shrink, skip, abridge, reduce, make out, adulterate, contract, melt off, subdue, scale down, switch off, concentrate, stretch, deoxidize, come down, dilute, geld, rationalise, slew, disregard, tailor, cut off, slenderize, edit out, slue, issue, deoxidise, abbreviate, trend, keep down, lose weight, repress, tighten
pudgy, stringy, viscous, ropy, gross, jellylike, heavy, fattish, stout, portly, coagulate, three-ply, stentorian, loose-jowled, ropey, soupy, booming, rumbling, plump, roly-poly, two-ply, syrupy, overweight, pear-shaped, rich, thickened, plangent, buxom, full, deep, wide, abdominous, sonorous, podgy, obese, rotund, grumous, porcine, thick, concentrated, chubby, jowly, coagulable, sounding, round, tubby, double-chinned, fat, zaftig, coagulated, creamy, impenetrable, orotund, quilted, dumpy, broad, potbellied, four-ply, spirited, fleshy, zoftig, gelatinlike, grumose, thready, clotted, weighty, dense, gelatinous, paunchy, important, deep-chested, curdled, corpulent, significant, grumbling, blubbery, clogged, embonpoint, thicken, inspissate
reduce, melt off, lose weight, slim, slenderize, thin, slim down(adverb)
take off weight
bring down, decoct, slim down, quash, boil down, foreshorten, trim down, slim, cut, trim back, trim, slenderize, cut back, cut down, subjugate, thin out, shrink, abridge, come down, contract, melt off, subdue, scale down, concentrate, deoxidize, shorten, dilute, slenderise, reduce, deoxidise, abbreviate, keep down, lose weight, repress, tighten
four-ply, deep-chested, sounding, booming, clotted, roly-poly, chubby, dumpy, quilted, blubbery, grumous, heavy, coagulable, corpulent, viscous, thick, gelatinlike, rumbling, gross, broad, deep, coagulate, porcine, fat, orotund, significant, concentrated, full, rotund, paunchy, podgy, jellylike, pudgy, thready, double-chinned, grumose, pear-shaped, fleshy, wide, dense, zaftig, sonorous, thickened, impenetrable, plump, obese, coagulated, abdominous, loose-jowled, gelatinous, three-ply, clogged, buxom, zoftig, overweight, fattish, tubby, curdled, stout, embonpoint, stringy, important, round, creamy, syrupy, portly, ropy, two-ply, soupy, weighty, jowly, spirited, grumbling, rich, stentorian, potbellied, plangent, ropey, inspissate, thicken
"the blood was flowing thin"
heavy, wide, sounding, plump, viscous, rumbling, grumous, gross, coagulated, impenetrable, full, fat, gelatinlike, corpulent, abdominous, clogged, thick, two-ply, ropey, grumose, thickened, important, zaftig, buxom, stout, fattish, three-ply, roly-poly, porcine, tubby, rotund, podgy, creamy, coagulable, potbellied, double-chinned, deep-chested, four-ply, rich, soupy, dense, thready, fleshy, plangent, sonorous, dumpy, curdled, loose-jowled, broad, gelatinous, stringy, obese, stentorian, chubby, overweight, pear-shaped, paunchy, portly, coagulate, ropy, zoftig, clotted, orotund, spirited, quilted, significant, grumbling, deep, blubbery, pudgy, round, concentrated, weighty, syrupy, jellylike, booming, embonpoint, jowly, inspissate, thicken
Having little thickness or extent from one surface to its opposite.
Very narrow in all diameters; having a cross section that is small in all directions.
Having little body fat or flesh; slim; slender; lean; gaunt.
Of low viscosity or low specific gravity, e.g., as is water compared to honey.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Fine (Latin finis, end) denotes that which has been brought to a full end, finished. From this root-sense many derived meanings branch out, causing words quite remote from each other to be alike synonyms of fine. That which is truly finished, brought to an ideal end, is excellent of its kind, and beautiful, if a thing that admits of beauty; as, a fine house, fine trees, a fine woman, a fine morning; if a thing that admits of the removal of impurities, it is not finished till these are removed, and hence fine signifies clarified, clear, pure, refined; as, fine gold. That which is finished is apt to be polished, smooth to the touch, minutely exact in outline; hence fine comes to be a synonym for all words like dainty, delicate, exquisite; as, fine manners, a fine touch, fine perceptions. As that which is delicate is apt to be small, by an easy extension of meaning fine becomes a synonym for slender, slight, minute, comminuted; as, a fine thread, fine sand; or for filmy, tenuous, thin; as, a fine lace, fine wire; and as a thin edge is keen, sharp, fine becomes also a synonym for these words; as, a fine point, a fine edge. Compare BEAUTIFUL; MINUTE.
beautiful, clarified, clear, comminuted, dainty, delicate, elegant, excellent, exquisite, fine, gauzy, handsome, keen, minute, nice, polished, pure, refined, sensitive, sharp, slender, slight, small, smooth, splendid, subtile, subtle, tenuous
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Dictionary of English Synonymes
not thick (in measure)
Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words
emaciated, slender, poor, wasted, peaked, gaunt, scrawny, lank, spare, meager, haggard, scraggy, tenuous, delicate, fine, incompact, dilute, rare, rarefied, subtile, attenuated, sheer, flimsy, sleazy, unsubstantial, gossamery, gauzy, diaphanous, transparent, sparse, scanty, inadequate, insufficient, superficial
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How to use thin in a sentence?
I thought ... we live in such a time that people will understand that this is an art project, (But) we are living in a time when there is a thin line between what is absurd and what is reality.
Guilt is a rope that wears thin.
Stock market bubbles don't grow out of thin air. They have a solid basis in reality, but reality as distorted by a misconception.
We're fighting to stay ahead on bed capacity, ventilators that are constantly running thin, the medicine you need for those ventilators, the personal protective equipment, and the relief from the bullpen for our health care workers.
If you want to prolong the effects of whatever testosterone you have, you must be thin.
Translations for thin
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- رقيق, رفيعArabic
- нәҙек, йоҡа, шыйыҡ, һирәк, ябыҡBashkir
- aprimar-se, aprimarCatalan, Valencian
- řídký, tenkýCzech
- dünn, schlankGerman
- ψιλός, λεπτός, αραιός, αδύνατος, σπάνιοςGreek
- entresacar, flaco, fino, adelgazar, delgado, diluirSpanish
- نازک, لاغر, رقیق, تنک, باریک, شلPersian
- laimentua, ohut, hoikka, laimentaa, vähälukuinen, solakka, niukka, oheta, harva, laiha, ohentua, harventaa, ohentaaFinnish
- smalur, tunnur, mjáur, klænurFaroese
- mince, maigreFrench
- caol, tanaí, séimhighIrish
- lomScottish Gaelic
- thanney, feiosagh, shang, keyl, goanManx
- híg, vékonyHungarian
- նոսր, նիհար, բարակ, ջրիկArmenian
- dineskar, dinaIdo
- mjór, mjókka, þynna, þunnurIcelandic
- emaciato, sottile, magro, consuntoItalian
- 薄い, 稀な, 痩せる, 薄める, 削る, 細い, シャンクしたJapanese
- თხელი, გამხდარი, წვრილიGeorgian
- 얇다, 가늘다Korean
- tenuis, subtīlisLatin
- dënnLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- slaids, tievs, plānsLatvian
- ослабува, истенчува, разредува, редок, се истенчува, се тенчи, слабее, тенчи, те́нокMacedonian
- nipis, kurusMalay
- ပါး, ကျဲBurmese
- tynn, smal, slankNorwegian
- rozcieńczyć, cienki, chudy, przerzedzić, rzadki, wąski, rozrzedzićPolish
- ډنګر, نریPashto, Pushto
- diluir, fino, tênue, afinar, adelgaçar, ralo, magro, esparso, afilarPortuguese
- slab, subțireRomanian
- то́нкий, жи́дкий, то́щий, ре́дкий, разрежённый, худо́йRussian
- танак, tanakSerbo-Croatian
- tunn, spädaSwedish
- పలుచన చేయు, సాగగొట్టు, అరుదు, సన్నబడుTelugu
- บาง, บางๆ, ผอมบางThai
- mảnh, mỏngVietnamese
- maigue, claire, clair, tene, mwinreWalloon
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