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German - English (British) translations for "dick"

"dick" German translation




thick; having a large circumference or diameter

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Meaning: thick

Die Mauer ist dick.

The wall is thick.

Meaning: fat

Er ist dick geworden.

He has become fat.

Meaning: big

Das Buch ist dick.

The book is big.

Meaning: loud

Sie spricht immer so dick.

She always speaks so loudly.

Meaning: dense

Der Nebel ist dick.

The fog is dense.


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A1: Das Buch ist dick.

The book is thick.

A1: Der Baum hat dicke Äste.

The tree has thick branches.

A1: Die Suppe ist zu dick.

The soup is too thick.

B1: Er hat einen dicken Pullover angezogen.

He put on a thick sweater.

B1: Ich habe gestern eine dicke Spinne im Badezimmer gesehen.

Yesterday, I saw a big spider in the bathroom.

B1: Sie hat ein dickes Buch über Geschichte gelesen.

She read a thick book about history.

C1: Der dicke Nebel erschwerte die Sicht auf der Straße.

The thick fog made it difficult to see on the road.

C1: Die dicke Schicht Schnee bedeckte das ganze Land.

The thick layer of snow covered the entire country.

C1: Die dicke Mauer schützte die Stadt vor Angriffen.

The thick wall protected the city from attacks.

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The German adjective 'dick' means 'thick' in English. It is used to describe something that has a large circumference or diameter.

'Dick' can be used to describe physical objects, such as a thick book, a thick tree trunk, or a thick layer of ice. It can also be used to describe body parts, like thick hair or thick fingers.

Additionally, 'dick' can be used figuratively to describe someone who is overweight or has a large build.

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