Asked in Adjectives and Articles, Comparisons
What is the positive degree of comparison of an adjective?
The positive degree of comparison of an adjective is the form that simply states whatever the adjective is. No comparison with anything else is involved: 'Peter was happy.' 'The grass is green.' 'My aunt is thin.' ...
What is an adjective for thin 6 letters long?
One choice is skinny. Another would be svelte.
Can the adjective 'paper thin' used to describe a person or is it only for objects?
Sure- "That girl is so skinny that she's, like, paper thin!" Or 'Stick thin' might be better to describe a person- "That girl is so skinny that she's, like, stick thin!" ...
Asked in English to Spanish, Spanish to English
What does the Spanish word delgado mean if a object is a person?
The word DELGADO means thin, slim, slight, flimsy or slenderly built by referring to a person. ESA PERSONA ES DELGADA means that person is thin. DELGADO is the adjective for thin (with masculine nouns) in Spanish. DELGADA is for feminine nouns. ...
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
What is an adjective that means pertaining to the diaphragm?
Diaphragmatic. The diaphragm, in human anatomy, is the relatively thin, curved muscle that contracts and relaxes in the work of breathing. ...
Asked in English to Italian
What is the Italian translation of the English phrase 'thin biscuit'?
Biscotto sottile is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "thin biscuit". Specifically, the masculine noun biscotto means "biscuit". The feminine/masculine adjective sottile translates as "thin". The pronunciation will be "bee-SKOT-to sot-TEE-ley" in Italian. ...