Thick

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mm thick   (厚さmm)

It is at least 2 mm thick and 3 inches wide.

Thinnest the stone is just 2.5 mm thick.

The flesh is up to 2 mm thick, and it has no distinctive odor.

thick layer   (厚い層)

"Eucera" have a thick layer of fur and are dark in color.

A thick layer of woven fibers surrounds this fluffy layer.

1 m x 50 cm x 30 cm) covered with a thick layer of stucco.

very thick   (とても厚い)

The jaws of "Gigantopithecus" are deep and very thick.

Its tail is very thick at the base and gradually tapers.

The fabric is homogeneous and very thick.

inches thick   (厚さインチ)

The walls of the chapel were 2 feet 2 inches thick.

Stone blocks are 18 to 22 inches thick.

The church walls are 21 inches thick, of brick laid in Flemish bond.

thick walls   (厚い壁)

The tube walls are 10–30 mm long, with thick walls.

It has a central cavity or atrium with thick walls.

The keep has thick walls and on in the inside is octagonal.

thick fog   (濃霧)

The incident happened when "Mogoşoaia" was sailing across the Danube from Galați to Grindu in thick fog.

In the thick fog wreathing the ocean, Mariel and Tarquin are unable to see a large ship bearing down on them.

Here, average temperatures are , and the precipitation often appears in the form of rain, hail, and thick fog.

feet thick

The four feet thick seam was worked until 1925.

It was mostly built in brick with walls up to two feet thick.

Cob walls are seldom less than two and as much as four feet thick.

up to thick

It is a deciduous shrub tall, with stems up to thick.

The flesh of the mushroom is up to thick, and lacks any distinct odor.

The 992 windows of the tower are solar-bronze glass, up to thick on upper levels.

cm thick

The stipe is 3–8 cm long and 0.5 cm thick.

Fruit ellipsoid-cylindrical, 3-6 cm long, 1.8 -3 cm thick.

Half mature moss peat forms a layer about 8 cm thick over 100 years.

m thick

The wall itself was about 44 m thick at the base and about 12 m thick at the top.

The lower member is approximately 100 m thick while the upper member is 490 m thick.

meters thick

It is 36 meters high, and three meters thick at the base.

The wall of the city is about 5 kilometers long and about 5.4 meters thick.

The monastery walls, 732 meters long and 7 meters thick, were constructed in 1654-80.

short thick

Both eyes are on this upper surface and project on short thick stalks.

The colony has stubby branches extending from a conspicuous short thick trunk.

They are gregarious and often colonial seed eaters with short thick but pointed bills.

metres thick

The walls of the north bastei are 2.1 metres thick.

This stratum is up to 150 metres thick.

This stratum is up to 115 metres thick.

thick forest

There was a thick forest all around.

Inner parts of the island are uninhabited and covered with thick forest.

This land mainly consists of mixed gardening(34%), thick forest and scrub(19%).

through thick

Qian Yi is a good and faithful wife who stood by her husband through thick and thin.

Toghan risked his life to take a shortcut through thick forest in order to flee home.

At the Police Cadet Academy he meets four good friends that he goes through thick and thin with.

thick black

The black legs bear a few thick black hairs.

Raisa is 16-years-old and is short with long, thick black hair.

He had dark brown skin, thick black curly hair, and a long beard.

thick necks

They are small to medium-sized birds with compact bodies, short, thick necks and long, usually pointed, wings.

They are small to medium-sized birds with compact bodies, short thick necks, and long, usually pointed, wings.

thick sides

The forward conning tower had 9 in thick sides.

The main battery turrets had thick faces and 70 mm thick sides.

inch thick

The disk was then made with a wood fiber about a half inch thick.

The artillery emplacements were protected by reinforced concrete fortifications and 9.8 inch thick armored turrets.

Their hull is a quarter of an inch thick, and usually made out of A-36 mild steel, or ASME-516 Grade 70 high carbon steel.

thick enough

Typical doors are not thick enough to provide very high levels of energy efficiency.

At this point the gold deposits are thick enough to be mechanically scraped off of the stainless steel plates.

Wax tablets were pieces of wood covered in a coating of wax thick enough to record the impressions of a stylus.

thick forests

In the valley meadows flowers of every color grow, sheltered by thick forests.

From fertile floors, orchards and thick forests rise to touch snow-covered peaks.

It can be called a gated community, surrounded by the thick forests of the Western Ghats.