Lose thickness; become thin or thinner.
Make thin or thinner.
Lessen the strength or flavor of a solution or mixture.
Of relatively small extent from one surface to the opposite or in cross section.
Polish: chudy, cienki
Lacking excess flesh:
— You can't be too rich or too thin.
— A thin line across the page.
— A thin beard.
Relatively thin in consistency or low in density; not viscous.
Polish: niegęsty, rzadki, luźny, rzadziutki, wolny, rzadziuchny, wodnisty
of sound Lacking resonance or volume.
Lacking spirit or sincere effort.
Lacking substance or significance:
— A thin plot.
— The blood was flowing thin.
Moby thesaurus: Lenten, Sanforize, Sanforized, Spartan, a bit thick, a bit thin, abate, abrade, abstemious, abstract, absurd, acute, adulterate, adulterated, airy, ankle-deep, argute, ascetic, atomic, attenuate ... show more.
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