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    an adjective with respect to size needed

    Hi,

    How do we describe the size of a rod (or a tree and etc.) with respect to its diameter? Can I say a thick rod vs a thin rod?


    Thank you!

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    Re: an adjective with respect to size needed

    Quote Originally Posted by LeTyan View Post
    Hi,

    How do we describe the size of a rod (or a tree and etc.) with respect to its diameter? Can I say a thick rod vs a thin rod?


    Thank you!
    Yes, you can say "a thick/thin rod".

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