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dense definition

  • adjective:
    • Having relatively high-density.
    • Crowded closely together; lightweight: a dense populace.
    • challenging enter; thick: a dense jungle.
    • Permitting little light to pass through, because of compactness of matter: heavy cup; a dense fog.
    • Opaque, with great comparison between light and dark areas. Applied of a photographic negative.
    • hard to understand because of complexity or obscurity: a dense novel.
    • sluggish to apprehend; thickheaded.
    • Having fairly high density.
    • lightweight; crowded collectively.
    • Thick; tough to penetrate.
    • Opaque; allowing little light to pass through.
    • Obscure, or tough to comprehend.
    • becoming a subset of a topological room that approximates the space really. See Wikipedia article on thick units for mathematical definition.
    • Of a person, slow to comprehend; of reduced cleverness.
    • getting the constituent parts massed or crowded together; near; compact; dense; containing much matter in a little space; heavy; opaque
    • Stupid; gross; crass.
    • having high general thickness or specific-gravity
    • allowing no light to pass through because of denseness of matter
    • hard to go through due to dense growth
    • sluggish to learn or realize; lacking intellectual acuity
    • Having reasonably high density.
    • Crowded closely together; compact: a dense populace.
    • difficult to enter; thick: a dense forest.
    • Permitting little light to feed, because of compactness of matter: thick cup; a dense fog.
    • Opaque, with great contrast between light and dark places. Applied of a photographic negative.
    • hard to comprehend considering complexity or obscurity: a dense novel.
    • Slow to apprehend; thickheaded.
    • Having fairly high-density.
    • lightweight; crowded collectively.
    • Thick; hard to enter.
    • Opaque; permitting small light to pass through.
    • Obscure, or tough to understand.
    • Being a subset of a topological room that approximates the room really. See Wikipedia article on thick units for mathematical definition.
    • Of someone, slow to understand; of reasonable cleverness.
    • getting the constituent components massed or crowded together; close; compact; dense; containing much matter in a small room; hefty; opaque
    • Stupid; gross; crass.
    • having high general density or specific gravity
    • allowing little if any light to feed due to denseness of matter
    • hard to move across as a result of heavy growth
    • slow to understand or comprehend; lacking intellectual acuity
  • others:
    • Having great or unusual persistence of elements or closeness of parts; closely compacted or conglomerated; small; near; dense: since, a dense human anatomy; a dense cloud or fog; a dense panicle of plants.
    • In zoology, closely set; divided by really small periods: since. thick punctures, hairs, etc.
    • In photography, pretty much opaque; powerful into the comparison of lights and tones: stated of an adverse exhibiting these faculties, and effective at offering a brilliant print, if not, if it is too dense, a harsh one, as distinguished from a weak or thin negative, the image where gift suggestions little contrasts, while its film is inclined is more or less transparent, even yet in the lights, and also the resulting print is level. Also expressed by powerful and intense.
    • Figuratively, without break or interruption; hard to enter; solid and hefty: as, thick lack of knowledge; heavy wit; dense stupidity.
    • Thick-headed; obtuse; stolid; stupid; lifeless.
    • Synonyms Condensed, squeezed.
    • In optics, having a sizable index of refraction; effective at transmitting light at a less velocity compared to the velocity of light-waves in vacuo.
    • Having great or unusual consistency of elements or nearness of components; closely compacted or conglomerated; small; close; thick: because, a dense human anatomy; a dense cloud or fog; a dense panicle of flowers.
    • In zoology, closely set; divided by really small intervals: since. dense punctures, hairs, etc.
    • In photography, just about opaque; powerful into the contrast of lights and colors: stated of a negative exhibiting these traits, and capable of providing a fantastic print, and even, if it is also thick, a harsh one, as distinguished from a weak or slim unfavorable, the image on which presents small contrasts, while its film is inclined becoming almost transparent, even in the lights, therefore the resulting printing is level. In addition expressed by strong and intense.
    • Figuratively, without break or disruption; hard to enter; solid and hefty: as, thick ignorance; thick wit; heavy stupidity.
    • Thick-headed; obtuse; stolid; stupid; dull.
    • Synonyms Condensed, compressed.
    • In optics, having a large list of refraction; with the capacity of transferring light at a less velocity than the velocity of light-waves in vacuo.
  • noun:
    • A thicket.
    • A thicket.
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