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idioms involving thick
In the thick of it
To be deeply involved in an activity or situation
The accountant said he was not going to get involved in the argument over the budget but he was right in the thick of it.
Lay it on thick
To flatter extensively in order to impress someone
We all told Edamitsu-san that she sang beautifully, but Ando-san was laying it on a bit thick.
Dense or slow-witted
I have reviewed these numbers five times and still can’t find the mistake; I think I am just thick.
Note: Accountants use red ink to indicate a loss or a negative number.
Thick as thieves
Very close friends
Be very careful what you say to Kaoru about Mere; they are thick as thieves.
Through thick and thin
To continue regardless of the changing circumstances
We have made it through thick and thin together; we can survive this crisis too.