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  1. thin

    • IPA[θɪn]

    英式

    • adj.
      with opposite surfaces or sides that are close or relatively close together;(of a garment or other knitted or woven item) made of light material
    • adv.
      with little thickness or depth
    • v.
      make or become less dense, crowded, or numerous;remove some plants from (a row or area) to allow the others more room to grow
    • verb: thin, 3rd person present: thins, gerund or present participle: thinning, past tense: thinned, past participle: thinned

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    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. with opposite surfaces or sides that are close or relatively close together:

      thin slices of bread

      a thin line of paint

    • 2. (of a garment or other knitted or woven item) made of light material:

      his thin jacket

    • 3. (of a garment or fabric) having become less thick as a result of wear:

      our clothing was getting thin

    • 4. (of writing or printing) consisting of narrow lines:

      tall, thin lettering

    • 5. having little, or too little, flesh or fat on the body:

      a thin, gawky adolescent

    • 6. having few parts or members relative to the area covered or filled; sparse:

      a depressingly thin crowd

      his hair was going thin

    • 7. (of the air or a substance in the air) not dense:

      the thin cold air of the mountains

    • 8. denoting a route on which the holds are small or scarce.
    • 9. (of a liquid substance) not containing much solid; flowing freely:

      thin soup

    • 10. lacking substance or quality; weak or inadequate:

      the evidence is rather thin

    • 11. (of a sound) faint and high-pitched:

      a thin, reedy little voice

    • 12. (of a smile) weak and forced.
    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. with little thickness or depth:

      cut the ham as thin as possible

      a thin-sliced loaf

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. make or become less dense, crowded, or numerous:

      the remorseless fire of archers thinned their ranks

      the trees began to thin out

    • 2. remove some plants from (a row or area) to allow the others more room to grow:

      thin out the rows of peas

    • 3. make or become more watery in consistency:

      if the soup is too thick, add a little water to thin it down

      the blood thins

    • 4. make or become smaller in thickness:

      their effect in thinning the ozone layer is probably slowing the global warming trend

    • 5. hit (a ball) above its centre.
    • comb. denoting a specified degree of thinness:

    • gossamer-thin

      wafer-thin

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    • comb. denoting a specified degree of thinness:

    • gossamer-thin

      wafer-thin

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    • adj. becoming less dense, crowded, or numerous:

    • thinning hair

      the thinning crowd

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    • n. a volatile solvent used to make paint or other solutions less viscous:

    • dampen a clean rag with thinners and carefully wipe any remaining dust from the timber

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    • n. a volatile solvent used to make paint or other mixtures less viscous:

    • dampen a clean rag with thinners and carefully wipe any remaining dust from the timber

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    • adj. becoming less dense, crowded, or numerous:

    • thinning hair

      the thinning crowd

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    • n.
      a thin, flat piece of material prepared for examination with a microscope, in particular a piece of rock about 0.03 mm thick, or, for electron microscopy, a piece of tissue about 30 nm thick.
    • v.
      prepare (something) for examination with a microscope by taking a thin section:
    • the rock can be examined in detail by thin-sectioning it

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    • adj. extremely thin:

    • razor-thin slices of salmon

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    美式

    • adj.
      having opposite surfaces or sides close together; of little thickness or depth:
    • thin slices of bread
    • adv.
      with little thickness or depth:
    • cut it as thin as possible

      thin-sliced ham

    • v.
      make or become less dense, crowded, or numerous:
    • the remorseless fire of archers thinned their ranks

      the trees began to thin out

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  2. 知識+

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