English version

be thick with somebody

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe thick with somebodybe thick with somebodyold-fashionedFRIENDLY to be very friendly with someone thick
Examples from the Corpus
be thick with somebodyEverywhere was thick with greenish slime and off-white guano in this great bird slum.The air was thick with hatred, and with the threat of a mob out of control.A mosquito net was providentially suspended above the bed; the creek was certain to be thick with insects when night fell.The shallow water was thick with paddling children.The air was thick with sawdust and the sweet smell of freshly cut wood.Even places, especially this house whose air is thick with the past.Building societies were converting into banks, insurance companies were changing their status, the air was thick with windfalls.
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