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tic Saltos de línea: tic

Definición de tic en inglés:

sustantivo

1A habitual spasmodic contraction of the muscles, most often in the face.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • In contrast, complex motor tics usually involve more muscle groups.
  • Others discovered that after months or years of treatment they developed uncontrollable muscle twitches or tics that were often irreversible, even after stopping the drugs.
  • Other children get stomach aches, headaches, heart palpitations or muscle tics.
Sinónimos
twitch, spasm, jerk, convulsion, contraction, tremor, tremble
1.1An idiosyncratic and habitual feature of a person’s behaviour: they’ve developed a verbal tic which involves repeating odd bits of each other’s utterances
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • As I watched, he started to display another characteristic tic - smiling and giving her a lazy wink.
  • The actor's tics and idiosyncrasies are in full flower here.
  • But what of other sports stars and their sporting tics, traits and peculiarities?

Origen

Early 19th century: from French, from Italian ticchio.

Palabras que riman con tic

artic, brick, chick, click, crick, flick, hand-pick, hic, hick, kick, lick, mick, miskick, nick, pic, pick, quick, rick, shtick, sic, sick, slick, snick, stick, thick, tick, trick, Vic, wick

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