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nick1 British & World English

A small cut or notch

nick2 British & World English

Go quickly or surreptitiously

nick English Thesaurus

there was a slight nick half way up the blade

in —— nick British & World English

In a specified condition

Old Nick British & World English

An informal name for the Devil

Clegg, Nick British & World English

(B.1967), British Liberal Democrat statesman, Deputy Prime Minister since 2010 (in coalition with the Conservatives); full name Nicholas William Peter Clegg

Faldo, Nick British & World English

(B.1957), English golfer; full name Sir Nicholas Alexander Faldo. He won the British Open championship in 1987, 1990, and 1992 and the US Masters Tournament in 1989, 1990, and 1996

knick-knack British & World English

Small worthless objects, especially household ornaments

nick-nack in knick-knack British & World English

Small worthless objects, especially household ornaments

knick point British & World English

An abrupt change of gradient in the profile of a stream or river, typically due to a change in the rate of erosion

nick point in knick point British & World English

An abrupt change of gradient in the profile of a stream or river, typically due to a change in the rate of erosion

in the nick of time in nick English Thesaurus

they arrived in the nick of time