Re: to thin grind
There is a phrase which we use in English which has some similarity to your suggestion but I don't think is really recognised as a verb. In some bakeries, we can ask them to slice a loaf of bread for us before we buy it. The slicing is done by a machine which has different settings and you will hear people say "Can you thick-slice it for me?" or "I'd like it thin-sliced please". Although "to thick-slice" and "to thin-slice" are not verbs, native speakers would know exactly what this meant.
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