THICK-3: meaning and examples
Today we finish up our look at the word thick with a couple of expressions.
Today's 1st expression is: thick-skinned (adjective)
Meaning: Someone who is thick-skinned does not appear to be easily hurt by criticism or insults.
You do need to be thick-skinned to survive as a politician in this country.
Today's 2nd expression is: in the thick of something
Meaning: involved in the busiest or most active part of something.
When you're in the thick of the action, you don't always have time to think.
I can't talk right now - I'm in the thick of things.
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