Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Thin"

The meaning of "Thin" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does thin mean?
A: thin = fino ou magro.

There is a saying “through thick and thin” that means in both good times and bad times. Like “I will support you through think and thin”.
Q: What does pretty thin mean?
A: It means fairly skinny.
Q: What does thin mean?
A: Opposite of thick (a thin/thick line)
Q: What does thin mean?
A: thin depends on the context.
"she looked thin/skinny"
"apply the paint thinly" (not much)

Example sentences using "Thin"

Q: Please show me example sentences with thin .
A: I was shocked to see how thin Jeff got.
The air on top of the mountain was very thin.
The ice is too thin to skate on.
While he was sick, he became very thin.
Q: Please show me example sentences with thin.
A: She looked very thin, weak and pale.

Thin crust of pizza.
Q: Please show me example sentences with thin.
A: You're too thin. You ought to eat more.
The ice is too thin to bear your weight.
You'll catch cold in such thin clothing.
Aren't you stretched pretty thin already?
I'll stand by you through thick and thin.
It's more polite to say thin than skinny.
This book is thick and the other is thin.
This ice is too thin to bear your weight.
He has become thin beyond all recognition.
I think fashion models today are too thin.
As we go up higher, the air becomes thinner.
Muscles are made of hundreds of thin fibers.
This bamboo is too thin to bear much weight.
As you go up higher, the air becomes thinner.
Q: Please show me example sentences with thin.
A: - "You made the pancake too thin."
- "It will look more natural if you put a thin layer of foundation on."
- "Can you out a thin layer of sunscreen on my back?"
- "The blanket is too thin for the winter."

Synonyms of "Thin" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between thin and slim and slender and skinny ?
A: The words are pretty similar but there is one key distinction between slim/slender and skinny.

Slim and slender are pretty similar, they are generally used to describe living things and objects and indicates that the thing you are describing is relatively thin but not too much.

On the other hand, skinny is ONLY used to describe living things. Skinny generally indicates that the living thing you're describing is very thin, usually with little fat.

The words are very similar so don't worry too much, just focus on the slim/slender - living/object and skinny - only living.
Q: What is the difference between thin and slim ?
A: thin é uma pessoa magra. slim é uma pessoa com uma estatura normal, nem magra nem gorda
Q: What is the difference between thin and skinny ?
A: If you're trying to define a person in a respectable way then you get to use thin and if ur trying to pull someone's leg then you can use skinny...
Q: What is the difference between thin and slim ?
A: "Slim" is used more for people, clothing, and space.
"Thin" can be used for either, but is more appropriate for describing things like shapes than "slim".

For most uses, the words can be switched without a significant impact on the meaning.

There are some uses of "slim" that are from common phrases that would sound strange if you replaced with "thin". For example, if someone is unlikely to do something successfully, you can say "your chances are slim" or "the odds are slim", but it would not make sense to say "your chances are thin" or "the odds are thin".

I hope this helps!
Q: What is the difference between thin and thinner and thinnest and more thinner ?
A: I'm sure you know that thin means skinny, slim, slender.
Thinner means more thin. For example, I used to weigh 180 pounds, but I lost 60 pounds so now I'm thinner.
And thinnest means most thin.

"More thinner" is just wrong. Don't say that ever.

Translations of "Thin"

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Other questions about "Thin"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce thin.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce thin.
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce thin,thick, thicker, thinner.
A: thin , thick , thinner , thicker
Q: Please show me how to pronounce thin.
A: thin ten thin ten
I pronounced both word so you can hear the difference
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