Traducción de wafer-thin en Español:


finísimo, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌweɪfəˈθɪn//ˈˌweɪfər ˈθɪn/


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    (disc/layer/metal) finísimo
    (disc/layer/metal) delgadísimo
    a wafer-thin majority una estrechísima mayoría
    • There is some opposition to him in the Senate where the Democrats have a wafer-thin majority.
    • Even in the unlikely event of a wafer-thin majority in favour of the constitution, the terms on which the whole European project moves forward will have changed.
    • In these days of corporate austerity, economic gloom and wafer-thin margins, it is brave to post substantially increased profits and claim there is still more to come.
    • The point is, a wafer-thin line divides near-mishaps like the one at Kalpakkam and catastrophic health hazards faced by local populations.
    • By this method, the Chinese cooked fragile pancakes of millet or wheat flour, which they filled with wafer-thin vegetables and meat slices.
    • For the birdlike Oates - she is wafer-thin, with frizzy dark hair and huge amber-coloured eyes - is a literary heavyweight.
    • Business is brisk and many buyers say that they enjoy watching the vendors deftly dropping wafer-thin banana slices into the boiling oil.
    • It's not easy when you have a wafer-thin squad like ours, but the players are capable of doing much better than they showed against Burnley on Wednesday night.
    • The Conservative majority was trimmed to a wafer-thin level with many members absent from last night's meeting and three Tories breaking ranks with the party line.
    • The wafer-thin morality of our Government and its supporters has been exposed by the actions of US / UK armed forces.
    • The Dos Equis also features a soft nylon midsole - for additional forefoot support when you're perched on a wafer-thin edge.
    • The MP will have his work cut out to hold his Shipley seat where he defends a wafer-thin majority of just over 1,400.
    • Morgan makes his dough from scratch; a 19-inch pizza spreads two pounds of dough into a wafer-thin layer.
    • There is an outside chance that, by Friday, we could be looking at a Conservative government - albeit with a wafer-thin majority.
    • The Minstermen have often found themselves wheeling and dealing on a wafer-thin budget, while dangling dangerously close to expulsion from the Football League.
    • They still look potent in attack but wafer-thin in midfield and wobbly in defence under pressure.
    • The high-tech visuals do not go well with the wafer-thin theme.
    • ‘This decision will only erode the public's already wafer-thin trust in the justice system,’ he told The Jakarta Post.
    • It was wonderful, with the piping-hot, wafer-thin rice flour skin giving way to a beautiful mouthful of chicken and vegetables, all complemented by the chilli sauce.
    • If, however, your definition of ‘thriller’ is wafer-thin plots and clichéd style, then Responsibility probably isn't for you.