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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthicknessthick‧ness /ˈθɪknəs/ ●○○ noun  1 [countable, uncountable]THICK OBJECT OR MATERIALTHICK LIQUID how thick something is The thickness of the walls is 5 feet.2 [countable]COVER a layer of somethingthickness of Wrap the cake in a double thickness of foil.
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thicknessAll this affects the weight and thickness of steel that the designer instructs the steel fabricators to supply for the beams.The cheese slicer can be adjusted to cut slices of different thicknesses.Wrap the spices in a double thickness of cloth.The great thicknesses of the seams are impressive evidence of the abundance and persistence of the early forests.Flatten the meat to about 1/4-inch thickness.Grill the tuna steaks for 3 to 5 minutes per side, depending on thickness.On an equal mass comparison, this further favours the composites because their low densities allow much greater panel thickness.It's about the same thickness as a £1 coin.Upon one table lay a huge, dark-red object, about the thickness of my body.The fixing process is simple and clean, and only minimally increases wall thickness and adds little dead weight to the structure.
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