How to Pronounce thin?

Correct pronunciation for the word "thin" is [θˈɪn], [θˈɪn], [θ_ˈɪ_n].

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"Thin" in context

Thin is an adjective which is used to describe something which is not thick or fat. Thin can be used to talk about physical objects, or people when looking at their weight. People who are thin have a low body mass index, meaning they have a low fat percentage in comparison to their height. When describing an item or object, thin often refers to the cross-sectional area or thickness.

Thin also has an emotional connotation, as it often relates to anxiety and body image. People may feel anxious or uncomfortable when they are described as thin, as it can be associated with struggle with eating disorders or illnesses.

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