- v lose thickness; become thin or thinner
- v make thin or thinner
- v lessen the strength or flavor of a solution or mixture
- v take off weight
- s mixed with water
a cup of thinned soup
- Gray matter is thinned out at a rate of about 0.
- As a result of such comments, the number of countries which plan to support Hosni's UNESCO bid have thinned, and eight other rivals have stepped up.
- If the number of protesters on the streets of Tehran has thinned in recent days a result of the bloody crackdown by police and militia that continued in parts of the capital on .
- Urban Meyer in SportingNews.com
It's as big a concern as we have,Florida coach Urban Meyer said. "We're just thinned out right now back there."
- Kobe Bryant in Forbes
We have basically our starting frontcourt out, so it's thinned our bench somewhat,Bryant said. "The season is all about peaks and valleys. Good teams are going to bounce back from it."
- Atsushi ItÅ in Reuters
That is obvious from the absence of profit-taking when the 10-year yield declined below 1.5 percent. Some investors are likely taking advantage of the holiday-thinned market to shop while they can,said Ito.