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have (a) thin/thick skin

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave (a) thin/thick skinhave (a) thin/thick skinto be easily upset or not easily upset by criticism This is not a job for someone with thin skin. skin
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have (a) thin/thick skinSome people have thick skins, others have thin ones and are more easily hurt.
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