Thin

the act of cutting plants at the soil level to allow the others plants near it to grow to maturity (e.g. if you sprinkle down an entire packet of kale seeds, you will need to thin some of them as they grow or there won’t be enough space for any to reach full size.)
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Thin

Thin is slang for disappointing.
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Thin

To pull out or cut off crowded seedlings so those remaining have adequate room for vigorous growth. In pruning, thinning involves the removal of stems and branches from a congested plant to enable more light and air to penetrate into the interior
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Thin

To remove a number of buds, flowers, seedlings or shoots to improve the growth and quality of those remaining.
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Thin

Lacking body and flavor.
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Thin

A negative that is underexposed or underdeveloped and therefore appears less dense than a normal negative. A thin neg will need a harder paper to print correctly. (see Contrast, & Papergrade )
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thin

[adj] - relatively thin in consistency or low in density 2. [adj] - of relatively small extent from one surface to the opposite or in cross section 3. [adj] - lacking spirit or sincere effort 4. [adj] - (of sound) lacking resonance or volume 5. [adj] - lacking excess flesh 6. [v] - lose thickness 7. [v] - make thin or...
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Thin

A unit of space in typesetting which is approximately half an en in width.
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Thin

Thin adjective [ Compar. Thiner ; superl. Thinest .] [ Middle English thinne , thenne , thunne , Anglo-Saxon þynne ; akin to Dutch dun , German dünn , Old High German dunni , Icel...
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Thin

Thin adverb Not thickly or closely; in a seattered state; as, seed sown thin . « Spain is thin sown of people.» Bacon.
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Thin

Thin transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Thinned ; present participle & verbal noun Thinning .] [ Confer Anglo-Saxon ge þynnian .] To make thin (in any of the senses of the adjective).
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Thin

Thin intransitive verb To grow or become thin; -- used with some adverbs, as out , away , etc.; as, geological strata thin out, i. e. , gradually diminish in thickness until they disappear.
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thin

Not thickly or closely; in a seattered state; as, seed sown thin. 'Spain is thin sown of people.' (Bacon) ... 1. Having little thickness or extent from one surface to its opposite; as, a thin plate of metal; thin paper; a thin board; a thin covering. ... 2. Rare; not dense or thick; applied to fluids or soft mixtures; as, thin blood; thin broth; th...
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thin

adjective lacking spirit or sincere effort; `a thin smile`
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Thin

• (superl.) Not full or well grown; wanting in plumpness. • (superl.) Rare; not dense or thick; -- applied to fluids or soft mixtures; as, thin blood; thin broth; thin air. • (superl.) Having little thickness or extent from one surface to its opposite; as, a thin plate of metal; thin paper; a thin board; a thin covering. • (supe...
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Thin

Reducing thickness with the addition of more liquid.
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Thin

A narrow piece. To add a liquid to a thicker mixture to make it runnier.
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Thin

As in 'drawing thin.' To be drawing to a very few outs, perhaps only one or two.
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Thin

Term used in sensory evaluation referring to a wine which lacks body, viscosity, alcohol or sugar.
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thin

The ball is hit thin when it is hit above center with the clubhead traveling on too high a line.
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Thin

A shot somewhere between a top (see below) and a well-struck ball. The ball is hit below the equator, but not enough to get properly airborne, causing a low and uncontrolled shot. Especially destructive when chipping or pitching around the green.
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thin

remove selected young trees to benefit the remainder of a crop (E, 180)
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thin

remove selected young trees to benefit the remainder of a crop (E, 180)
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thin

A synonym for shallow; it is an undesirable characteristic for a wine to be thin, meaning that it is watery, lacking in body, and just diluted.
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Thin

Term used in sensory evaluation referring to a wine that lacks body, viscosity, alcohol or sugar. Often this term refers to wine from a poor vintage in which the grapes failed to ripen fully.
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