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I don't understand this word. I mean could you at least explain it to me and give me some examples? Thanks.
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Basically 'thus' has two usages:

[1] 'in this way', 'in the way just mentioned'
(EX) He managed to immigrate to the United States. Thus (=in this way) began his brilliant success.
      (EX) Do it thus (=in this way).


[2] 'because of this', 'as the result', 'consequently'
(EX) I had been driving very carefully. Thus (=because of this) I was surprised when the police stopped me.
      (EX) I didn't studied very much and thus (=as the result) failed in the examination.

paco
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Thus means therefore\hence.

I didn't receive enough money from my parents this month thus I haven't bought a new bike yet.
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I don't understand this word. I mean could you at least explain it to me and give me some examples? Thanks.

"Thus" is a transition word and essentially it means "so." These words show relationships between ideas and connect ideas. "Thus" and "so" show the relationship of "result" or "effect". "Therefore" and "hence" are also transition words. Notice there are two ways to punctuate transition words.

The fog was thick, so the airport was closed. ("so" is a coordinating conjunction and links ideas)

problem result/effect

The fog was thick; thus, the airport was closed. ("thus" is a transition word and transitions between ideas)

problem result/effect

The fog was thick. Thus, the airport was closed. (thus" is a transition word and transitions between ideas)

problem result/effect

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