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She was wearing a thick woollen sweater.
a thick layer of snow
Cut the bread into thick slices.
Try not to make too much noise – the walls aren't very thick.
For dessert, serve strawberries covered in thick sweet cream.
The soup should be nice and thick.
Her thick dark hair hangs all the way to her shoulders.
a thick beard
Thick fog prevented Bobby from returning home.
The air was thick with smoke.
The airport was thick with police officers.
He speaks Spanish fluently, but with a thick British accent.
She's very thick with her next-door neighbour.
Will you get it into your thick head that I'm not coming!
To be a politician, you've got to have a thick skin.
This is the British English definition of thick. View American English definition of thick.