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thin in English:

1. Fat Fat


Just as there are few fat "old maids," there are few fat bachelors.
A fat man seldom dislikes anybody very hard or for very long.
Fat hens lay few eggs.
Almost the only time a fat man loses his temper is when he has been deprived of his food.
He's fat
Many U.S. politicians depend on contributions from fat cats for their campaigns.
You never know, she might tell him the truth. "Yeah, fat chance!"
In the carriage sat a gentleman, not attractive, but also not unattractive, not too fat nor too thin; one could not call him old, but he also was not too young.
We've got taller so they don't fit. "Right, it's certainly not that we've got fat!" "The useful phrase 'grown up' is our trump card."
She was, unlike her daughter, of small stature and her body was fat on the sides. It was as if a human head had been fitted unto the body of a pig.
Would King Albert have an affair with Princess Diana? I think not. He's too fat.
Every Tuesday her fat little fingers flew like birds up and down the keys of song too.
Jane is fat and rude, and smokes too much. However, Ken thinks she's lovely and charming. That's why they say love is blind.
The fat woman, the young couple, the sleeping Indian and the tall man in black, but now skin and flesh and hair had disappeared, and empty eye sockets stared from gleaming white skulls.
I know I should avoid fatty food, but, unfortunately, I really like it.

2. underweight underweight


She hardly eats anything, and she's very underweight.
Some designers don't want to hire underweight models.

English word "thin"(underweight) occurs in sets:

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3. gaunt gaunt


She looked gaunt and exhausted.
He left the hospital looking tired and gaunt = thin and bony
The gaunt policeman had a bolt-action rifle slung over one shoulder.

English word "thin"(gaunt) occurs in sets:

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4. walled walled


the data existed in “virtual silos,” with each functional system walled off from the other.
He disguised himself as a peasant and infiltrated the walled city.

5. thin thin


Stay thin.
Aren't you stretched pretty thin already?
I think fashion models today are too thin.
If you want to become thin, you should cut back on the between-meal snacks.
Who would have thought that she could be so thin and small?
At night, I put my bell pepper plants at the open window, so they can harden off a bit before I plant them outside, cause now they still have such thin stems.
The thin line between sanity and madness has gotten finer.
Fiber-optic cables are made up of tiny glass fibers which are as thin as human hairs.
The French are a really strange people: every other person who reads this sentence will check if the space before the colon is really thin and non-breaking.
She wore such thin clothes that she might well catch a cold.
In the carriage sat a gentleman, not attractive, but also not unattractive, not too fat nor too thin; one could not call him old, but he also was not too young.
It's a lot too thin that our henpecked husband in fact hooked up the wallflower.
No matter how thin you slice it, it's still baloney.
He had a little piano on wheels, and a poor thin monkey which sat on top of it.
The submarine had to break through a thin sheet of ice to surface.

English word "thin"(thin) occurs in sets:

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6. painfully thin painfully thin



English word "thin"(painfully thin) occurs in sets:

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7. opposite of fat



English word "thin"(opposite of fat) occurs in sets:

FCE - describing people: appearance

8. fine


It's fine.
There is a fine line between speech that is terse and to the point and speech that is too abrupt.
It's fine to set up a web page, just be sure you don't infringe anybody's copyright.
Which line should I get in? "Any line is fine."
How about going surfing at Hayama next Sunday if it is fine?
It seems, from books, that the colonizers and adventurers went sailing off to a new fine life, a new country, opportunities, and so forth.
I was asked, "You OK, kid?". I replied, "Fine."
I dreamt a dream last night, about silk and fine cloth or about equality and fair trial.
One fine morning in spring along came the great-great-granddaughter of the man who had built this house.
Y-You OK? Not hurt?, I enquire timidly. "Ah, no, I'm fine."
If the demolition of buildings is uncontrolled, a fine city is in danger of becoming nothing more than a concrete jungle.
Just stay off your feet for the next couple of weeks, and you'll be just fine.
Fine. I'd be very happy if you would drop me a line as soon as you get to Mwanza.
Your fine, curly hair looks as appetizing as glass noodles.
It's fine, Dima laughed. "I'm still growing, after all. I'll grow into it."

English word "thin"(fine) occurs in sets:

Sprawdzian 2A i 2B

9. thought


Their communication may be much more complex than we thought.
I thought hard.
A violent thought instantly brings violent bodily movements.
She said she didn't like it, but I thought, personally, it was very good.
I thought a bunch of people would go water skiing with us, but absolutely no one else showed up.
The victim is thought to have taken a large quantity of poison by mistake.
Politics is perhaps the only profession for which no preparation is thought necessary.
Information is sometimes held back from patients when it is thought it might upset them.
He took the job without giving it much thought.
I thought we had eaten everything in the house, but I found another box of crackers.
I've heard of pseudomyopia, but I never thought my own child would come to have it.
Even when she thought about something else, ideas of death returned to her mind.
Just like I thought, the contractor came back today, begging for more time.
By freeing thought from its object, Descartes made it possible to view the latter in strictly mechanical terms, reopening the way to science, suffocated for more than fifteen centuries under religious nonsense.
I've enjoyed our discussion and your meaningful thoughts.

English word "thin"(thought) occurs in sets:

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