thin-v; 1 Senses

Sense Number 1: (cause to) become thin

Commentary: Includes: THIN OUT Syntax includes: NP1[agent] THIN (out) (NP2[patient]) NP1[patient] THIN (out) [intransitive]

She thinned my hair out way too much, which left me with horrible
looking layers.
I'm actually impressed at how she thinned herself down.
She thinned herself right out of existence.
The crowd thinned out on Day 1, and the top two handset
manufacturers were visibly absent.
I added some protein to it, and thinned it with chicken stock to make
it easier to pull through a straw.
The inclusion of water effectively thinned the solution so that the
rods would rise much quicker.
The water thinned the mixture so that the meat would absorb it.

VerbNet: other_cos-45.4
FrameNet: Cause_change_of_consistency
PropBank: thin.01,thin.02
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 1, 2, 3, 4
WordNet Verb Particle Constructions, Multiword Expressions:
thin_out 1, 2, 3