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flick British & World English

Strike or propel (something) with a sudden quick movement of the fingers

a flick through in flick British & World English

A quick look through (a book, magazine, etc.)

chick flick British & World English

A film which appeals to young women

flick knife British & World English

A knife with a blade that springs out from the handle when a button is pressed

flick roll British & World English

Another term for snap roll.

skin flick British & World English

A pornographic film

flick through British & World English

Look quickly through a book, magazine, etc.

flick through in flick British & World English

Look quickly through a book, magazine, etc.

give someone the flick British & World English

Reject someone (or be rejected) in a casual or offhand way

give someone the flick in flick British & World English

Reject someone (or be rejected) in a casual or offhand way

give someone the flick or get the flick in flick British & World English

Reject someone (or be rejected) in a casual or offhand way

flick English Thesaurus

a flick of the wrist

flick English-Spanish

the cow flicked its side with its tail

chick flick English-Spanish

película

flick knife English-Spanish

navaja feminine automática, navaja feminine de resorte Mexico/México

skin flick English-Spanish

película

flick through in flick English Thesaurus

Christina flicked through her diary

to flick a duster round a room in flick English-Spanish

pasarles un trapo por encima a los muebles

the horse moved off with a flick of its tail in flick English-Spanish

el caballo echó a andar sacudiendo la cola

she gave the furniture a quick flick with a duster in flick English-Spanish

les dio una pasada rápida a los muebles con el trapo