thinner

  1. a diluting agent
  2. of relatively small extent from one surface to the opposite or in cross section
  3. lacking excess flesh
  4. very narrow
  5. having little substance or significance
  6. not dense
  7. relatively thin in consistency or low in density; not viscous
  8. (of sound) lacking resonance or volume
  9. lacking spirit or sincere effort
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Thinner

Any volatile liquid used for reducing the viscosity of coatings; may consist of a simple solvent, a diluent, or a mixture of solvents and diluents.

Thinner

A product that lowers the viscosity of a substance, usually an enamel or acrylic paint, to change its application properties. Thinner is used notably for airbrushing a paint, to thin it down and enable it to be atomised.
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Thinner

Thin'ner noun One who thins, or makes thinner.
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Thinner

• (n.) One who thins, or makes thinner.
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Thinner

[netlabel] Thinner is a netlabel founded by Thomas Jaldemark and today operated by Sebastian Redenz and Ole Schulte as leading parts of an international team. Based in Frankfurt, Germany, Thinner is one of the most consistent and successful netlabels of recent years. Thinner’s catalogue includes releases from artists such as Digitalverein...
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Thinner

Any liquid used to thin the primary coating. Water and oil are the most common thinners in paint and
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