Definition of 'thickness'

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Peel the potatoes, quarter lengthways and slice the thickness of a pound coin. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The thickness of the glass was such that Burnell could not hear its note. Aldiss, Brian Somewhere East of Life (1994)Roll the dough to 1 coin thickness. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The master comes checking up on a past pupil, the thickness of a coin between your toil and his. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Gently but firmly beat the fillet with a rolling pin until doubled in size and the thickness of a 50p coin. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Peel the cucumber, cut it in slices to the thickness of a pound coin and distribute on top of the tomatoes. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Core the tomatoes, halve and slice to the thickness of two 2 coins. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Meanwhile, peel the potatoes and slice the size and thickness of a 50p coin. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Peel and slice the potatoes about the size of a 50p coin and the thickness of 1 coin. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Place the parcels on a metal baking sheet and cook in the oven for between 20-25 minutes, depending on the thickness of the fish. The Sun (2011)Get your pastry from the fridge, put some more flour down if needed and then roll out the pastry again to about 1 coin thickness. The Sun (2012)

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Translations for 'thickness'

British English: thickness /ˈθɪknɪs/ NOUN
The thickness of something is the distance between its two opposite surfaces.
The size of the fish will determine the thickness of the steaks.
  • American English: thickness
  • Arabic: سَمَاكَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: espessura
  • Chinese: 厚度
  • Croatian: debljina
  • Czech: tloušťka
  • Danish: tykkelse
  • Dutch: dikte
  • European Spanish: grosor
  • Finnish: paksuus
  • French: épaisseur
  • German: Dicke
  • Greek: πάχος
  • Italian: spessore
  • Japanese: 厚さ
  • Korean: 두께
  • Norwegian: tykkelse
  • Polish: grubość
  • European Portuguese: espessura
  • Romanian: grosime
  • Russian: толщина
  • Spanish: grosor
  • Swedish: tjocklek
  • Thai: ความหนา
  • Turkish: kalınlık
  • Ukrainian: товщина
  • Vietnamese: độ dày


Definition of thickness from the Collins English Dictionary
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