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nick

British English: /nɪk/
American English: /nɪk/

noun

  • 1 (notch)
    encoche (f) (in dans)
    to take a nick out of something
    faire une encoche dans quelque chose
  • 2 (British English) [informal] (condition)to be in good/bad nick
    (car, machine, carpet etc)
    être en bon/mauvais état
    (person)
    être/ne pas être en forme

transitive verb

  • 2 (British English) [informal] (steal)
    piquer [informal]
  • 3 (British English) [informal] (arrest)
    pincer [informal]
    he got nicked (for speeding)
    il s'est fait pincer (pour excès de vitesse) [informal]
  • 4 (American English) [informal] (strike)
    donner un coup léger à
  • 5 (American English) [slang] (cheat, overcharge)
    arnaquer [slang]
  • 6 (Riding, Veterinary science)
    anglaiser (horse, tail)

reflexive verb

  • to nick oneself
    s'écorcher

Idioms

just in the nick of time

Phrasal verbs

nick off

[informal] (British English)
se tailler [informal]
s'enfuir
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Nick

British English: /nɪk/
American English: /nɪk/

proper noun

  • Old Nick [informal]
    le diable
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