There are 4 main translations of tick in Italian:

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tick 1

British English: /tɪk/
American English: /tɪk/

noun

  • 1 (of clock)
    tic tac (masculine) ticchettio (masculine)
  • 2 (British English) (mark on paper)
    segno (masculine) di spunta, spunta (feminine)
    to put a tick against something
    mettere un segno di spunta a qualcosa

transitive verb

(British English)
  • (make mark)
    fare un segno di spunta a
    (box, answer)
    (name)

intransitive verb

Phrasal verbs

tick away

(hours, minutes, time)
(meter)

tick by

(hours, minutes)

tick off:

tick [something, somebody] off, tick off [something, somebody] 1.1 (British English) (mark)
(name, item)
1.2 (British English) [informal] (reprimand)
(person)
1.3 (American English) [informal] (annoy)
mandare in bestia
(person)

tick over

(British English) 1 (Auto)
(engine, meter)
2 [figurative]
(company, business)
(not doing really well)
andare a rilento
(mind, brain)

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tick 2
British English: /tɪk/
American English: /tɪk/

noun

(Veterinary science, Zoology)

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tick 3
British English: /tɪk/
American English: /tɪk/

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tick 4
British English: /tɪk/
American English: /tɪk/

noun

(British English) [informal]
  • (credit) See examples:on tick
    a credito

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