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nick1 US English

A small cut or notch

nick2 US English

Go quickly or surreptitiously

nick US Thesaurus

I nicked my toe

Old Nick US English

An informal name for the Devil

Clegg, Nick US 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 US English

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

nick off in nick2 US English

Depart; go away

in the nick of time US English

Only just in time

nick someone for in nick1 US English

Cheat someone of (something, typically a sum of money)

knickknack US English

A small worthless object, especially a household ornament

knick point US 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 US 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 nick1 US English

Only just in time

in the nick of time in nick US Thesaurus

as usual, the Lone Ranger arrived in the nick of time


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