Definitions English

  • Relatively great in extent from one surface to the opposite, usually in the smallest solid dimension; not thin: a thick board.
  • Measuring a specified number of units in this dimension: two inches thick.
  • Heavy in form, build, or stature; thickset: a thick neck.
  • Having component parts in a close, crowded state or arrangement; dense: a thick forest.
  • Having or suggesting a heavy or viscous consistency: thick tomato sauce.
  • Having a great number; abounding: a room thick with flies.
  • Impenetrable by the eyes: a thick fog.
  • Not easy to hear or understand; indistinctly articulated: the thick speech of a drunkard.
  • Producing indistinctly articulated sounds: the thick tongues of barbarians.
  • Strongly apparent; conspicuous: a thick brogue.
  • Informal Lacking mental agility; stupid.
  • Informal Very friendly; intimate: thick friends.
  • Informal Going beyond what is tolerable; excessive.
  • In a thick manner; deeply or heavily: Seashells lay thick on the beach.
  • In a close, compact state or arrangement; densely: Dozens of braids hung thick from the back of her head.
  • So as to be thick; thickly: Slice the bread thick for the best French toast.
  • The thickest part.
  • The most active or intense part: in the thick of the fighting.
  • thick and thin Good and bad times: They remained friends through thick and thin.