Spanish: delgado Catalan: prim
Thin is spelled 'mince' in French. The word is spelled the same in masculine and feminine forms.
through thick and thin could be translated 'Ã travers toutes les Ã©preuves' or 'quelles que soient les difficultÃ©s' in French.
mince or maigre
il est mince et grand
Mama thick is not a translatable phrase. Here are the translated words: Mama = mama Thick (i.e. not thin) = grueso/a (male/female) 'Thick' (i.e stupid) = estupido/a (male/female)
In my opinion the word "galette" is a better, more generic description of a flat crusty cake. A crêpe is a type of thin French pancake, and would probably be used to say pancake in France.
to say meatballs in french you say: boulettes
this is how you say it in french Sheila
épaule is how you say Shoulder in french
Tagalog translation of THROUGH THICK AND THIN: sa hirap at ginhawa
He stood by him through thick and thin.
I would say a thin scarf. It's not so thick it aches your head, but it's not so thin you can see through it!
I say thick because it's got many layers.
Tall and thin is 'grand et mince' in French. The feminine is 'grande et mince'
vous êtes d'épaisseur
Mince, or maigre.
Je suis mince
English: Through French: Via
You can't exactly say an axis is thick or thin as an axis is an imaginary line; it is one dimensional with zero thickness.
he will call you beautiful not fit he will make you laugh he will stick by your through thick and thin he will buy you stuff even if you say no most important he will close his eyes when he kisses you
By being loyal through thick and thin and never say an unkind word about their friend behind their back or share a personal story without permission.