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dense

 (dĕns)
adj. dens·er, dens·est
1.
a. Having relatively high density.
b. Crowded closely together; compact: a dense population.
2. Hard to penetrate; thick: a dense jungle.
3.
a. Permitting little light to pass through, because of compactness of matter: dense glass; a dense fog.
b. Opaque, with good contrast between light and dark areas. Used of a photographic negative.
4. Difficult to understand because of complexity or obscurity: a dense novel.
5. Slow to apprehend; thickheaded.

[Middle English, from Latin dēnsus.]

dense′ly adv.
dense′ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.densely - in a stupid manner; "he had so rapaciously desired and so obtusely expected to find her alone"
2.densely - in a concentrated manner; "old houses are often so densely packed that perhaps three or four have to be demolished for every new one built"; "a thickly populated area"
Translations
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densely

[ˈdenslɪ] ADVdensamente
densely packed pagespáginas repletas de información
densely populateddensamente poblado

densely

[ˈdɛnsli] adv
densely wooded → très boisé(e)
densely populated → à forte densité de population, très peuplé(e)

densely

adv populated, woodeddicht; densely packed (crowd)dicht gedrängt

densely

[ˈdɛnslɪ] adv densely populateddensamente popolato/a
densely wooded → coperto/a di fitti boschi

dense

(dens) adjective
1. thick and close. We made our way through dense forest; The fog was so dense that we could not see anything.
2. very stupid. He's so dense I have to tell him everything twice.
ˈdensely adverb
very closely together. The crowd was densely packed.
ˈdensity noun
1. the number of items, people etc found in a given area compared with other areas especially if large. the density of the population.
2. the quantity of matter in each unit of volume. the density of a gas.
References in classic literature ?
The coast was densely overgrown, nor was any building or sign of man apparent from the water.
Towards the stern of the boat it is spirally coiled away in the tub, not like the worm-pipe of a still though, but so as to form one round, cheese-shaped mass of densely bedded sheaves, or layers of concentric spiralizations, without any hollow but the heart, or minute vertical tube formed at the axis of the cheese.
The fog that was dispersing on the hill lay still more densely below, where they were descending.
Texas plumed itself upon its 330,000 natives; Florida, with a far smaller territory, boasted of being much more densely populated with 56,000.
So when the villagers find they are visited by a colony of these vampires they get out, taking their live stock with them, and stay in caves or in densely wooded places until the bats fly on.
The engineer whistled, the train started, and soon disappeared, mingling its white smoke with the eddies of the densely falling snow.
When however we drew near it these joyous nymphs paused in their career, and parting on either side, permitted me to pass on to the now densely thronged building.
But these other apartments were densely crowded, and in them beat feverishly the heart of life.
In those days, and till comparatively recent times, the country was densely wooded.
At the bottom he came out on a flat, so densely forested that he could not make out its extent.
Pestsov insisted that one country can only absorb another when it is the more densely populated.
The grime and sordidness of the House of the Seven Gables seemed to have vanished since her appearance there; the gnawing tooth of the dry-rot was stayed among the old timbers of its skeleton frame; the dust had ceased to settle down so densely, from the antique ceilings, upon the floors and furniture of the rooms below,--or, at any rate, there was a little housewife, as light-footed as the breeze that sweeps a garden walk, gliding hither and thither to brush it all away.