English version


From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthick-skinnedˌthick-ˈskinned adjective  OFFENDnot easily offended by other people’s criticism or insults opp thin-skinned a thick-skinned insurance salesman
Examples from the Corpus
thick-skinnedYou don't become a major newspaper columnist without being thick-skinned.In the discussion, however, Chadwick et.al., remain firmly in favour of a thick-skinned interpretation.If he was so thick-skinned that he couldn't see when he wasn't wanted then that was his problem.Oh, we are quite thick-skinned, the journos chorused.She supposed you had to be pretty thick-skinned to be a Member of Parliament.
Pictures of the day
Do you know what each of these is called?
Click on the pictures to check.
Word of the day atypical not typical or usual