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flick
British English: /flɪk/
American English: /flɪk/

Translation of flick in Italian:

noun

  • 2 (movement)
    movimento (masculine) improvviso, scatto (masculine) , guizzo (masculine)
    with a flick of the wrist, its tail
    con un rapido movimento del polso, della coda
    at the flick of a switch
    (semplicemente) premendo l'interruttore
    to have a flick through a book
    dare una veloce scorsa a un libro

transitive verb

  • 1 (strike)
    (with finger, tail, cloth) dare un colpetto a
    to flick a crumb off something
    levare una briciola da qualcosa con un colpetto delle dita
    to flick something at somebody
    (with finger) tirzare qualcosa a qualcuno (con un colpetto delle dita)
    to flick something open
    aprire qualcosa con un colpetto
    he flicked his ash onto the floor
    scosse la cenere sul pavimento
    to flick a duster over the chairs
    passare lo straccio per la polvere sulle sedie
  • 3 (Sport)
    colpire leggermente (ball)

noun

(British English) [informal]

also: flicks plural noun

(British English) [informal]

Phrasal verbs

flick away:

flick [something] away, flick away [something]
(with tail, object) scacciare via.

flick back:

flick [something] back, flick back [something]
scuotere all'indietro (hair)

flick off:

flick [something] off, flick off [something]
(with tail, cloth) scacciare via.

flick out:

1 flick out (tongue) 2 flick [something] out, flick out [something]
tirare fuori rapidamente (tongue)
estrarre rapidamente (blade)

flick over:

flick [something] over, flick over [something]

flick through:

flick through [something]
sfogliare, scorrere (book, report)
to flick through the channels (Television)

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