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thick on the ground

Definition of thick on the ground

British

  1. :  existing or occurring in large amounts <Hotels and restaurants are thick on the ground along the strip.> <Presidential candidates are thick on the ground this year.>



Word by Word Definitions

thickplay
  1. :  having or being of relatively great depth or extent from one surface to its opposite

    :  heavily built :  thickset

    :  close-packed with units or individuals

  1. :  in a thick manner :  thickly

  1. :  the most crowded or active part

    :  the part of greatest thickness

groundplay
  1. :  the bottom of a body of water

    :  sediment

    :  ground coffee beans after brewing

  1. :  to bring to or place on the ground

    :  to cause to run aground

    :  to provide a reason or justification for

  1. : past and past participle of grind


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