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  1. thinness

    • IPA[ˈθɪnnəs]

    英式

    • n.
      the state or quality of having opposite surfaces or sides close together;the quality of being made of light material
    • noun: thinness

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    名詞

    • 1. the state or quality of having opposite surfaces or sides close together the thinness of the paper the thinness of the walls
    • the quality of being made of light material the thinness of the clothes
    • 2. the state or quality of having little, or too little, flesh or fat on the body the pitiful thinness of his body society's dangerous emphasis on thinness
    • 3. the state of having few parts or people relative to the area covered or filled the thinness of the population the thinness of my hair
    • the quality of air containing less oxygen than normal the thinness of the atmosphere at such extreme altitudes
    • 4. the quality of a liquid substance not containing much solid the thinness of the paint the relative thinness of water compared with silicone gel
    • 5. lack of substance or quality; weakness there's enough action to camouflage the thinness of the plot the thinness of the evidence
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    • IPA[ˈTHinnəs]

    美式

    • n.
      the state or quality of having opposite surfaces or sides close together: the thinness of the paper the thinness of the walls

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