Definition of flick through in English:

flick through

Look quickly through a book, magazine, etc. she was flicking through a copy of Vogue
More example sentences
  • When a book is released I flick through a few magazines and if I find something, buy the magazine, cut out the review, and add it to my scrap books.
  • And House of Leaves is a massively fun book to flick through, no question.
  • ‘It hardly has the romance of Romeo and Juliet, I know,’ says Michelle, laughing as she flicks through Brides magazine.
Synonyms
thumb (through), leaf through, flip through, run through, skim through, scan, look through, riffle through, browse through, dip into, glance at/through, peruse, read quickly, have a quick look at, run one's eye over, give something a/the once-over
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