The Chinese word 厚 means “thick” or “deep”. It can be used to describe physical thickness, such as the thickness of a book or a wall, or to describe the depth of a feeling or relationship. For example, someone might say “这本书很厚” to mean “this book is very thick”, or “我们之间的感情很厚” to mean “our relationship is very deep”.
Adjective: thick, deep
|这个毛衣很厚，很适合在冬天穿||zhège máoyī hěn hòu, hěn shìhé zài dōngtiān chuān||This sweater is very thick and is suitable for wearing in winter|
|这家公司的福利待遇非常厚||zhè jiā gōngsī de fúlì dàiyù fēicháng hòu||The benefits and compensation of this company are very generous|
|这道菜的味道很厚重，需要慢慢品味||zhè dào cài de wèidào hěn hòuzhòng, xūyào màn màn pǐnwèi||The taste of this dish is very rich and requires slow savoring|
|这个城市的历史文化底蕴非常厚||zhège chéngshì de lìshǐ wénhuà dǐyùn fēicháng hòu||This city has a very rich cultural heritage and history|
|这个人的脸上厚厚的一层粉底让她看上去像个面具||zhège rén de liǎn shàng hòu hòu de yī céng fěndǐ ràng tā kàn shàngqù xiàng gè miànjù||The thick layer of foundation on this person’s face makes her look like a mask|
厚 is part of HSK Level 4 in both HSK 2.0 and HSK 3.0.