There are 2 translations of nick in Spanish:

nick1

Pronunciation: /nɪk/

n

  • 1 (notch — in wood) muesca (f), hendidura (f); (— in blade) mella (f) did you cut yourself? — it's just a little nick ¿te cortaste? — es solo un rasguño in the nick of time justo a tiempo
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    • Like the old rifles, the rear sight bears a tiny nick of a sighting notch.
    • There are few film defects such as nicks or blemishes to be seen.
    • The picture suffers from numerous source defects, including many nicks and scratches, a generally dirty appearance, and discolored film elements.
  • 2 (condition) (BrE) [colloquial/familiar] to be in good/bad nick estar* en buen/mal estado

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There are 2 translations of nick in Spanish:

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vt

  • 1 (notch) hacer* una muesca en I nicked myself shaving me corté al afeitarme
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    • Does that mean that Gillette will have to start making blunter razor blades so they will not be culpable if we nick ourselves shaving?
    • And that was ok too, because, who didn't, every once in a while, nick themselves shaving?
    • The fake bills might even be nicked or slightly torn.
  • 2 (steal) (BrE) [colloquial/familiar], afanar [argot/slang], volar* (Méx, Ven) [familiar/colloquial], robar to nick sth from sb afanarle [argot/slang] or (Méx, Ven) [familiar/colloquial] volarle* algo a algn
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    • We first see the hero, Jamie, as a violent 18-year-old Gravesend thug who, having nicked a car, runs off with 15-year-old Lynsey.
    • Rather than nicking your car stereo, the thief of 2020 will be after your whole digital persona.
    • A top Navy Officer was hauled before a court martial yesterday after a laptop packed with military secrets was nicked from his car.
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    • They nicked me for eight grand for a fourteen-month course.
    • They nicked me for about $10 when they cashed my check two days before the due date and didn't post it till two days after.
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    • Surely the notoriously humourless Singapore police would nick us all, cane us publicly - our bare, welted bottoms would be splattered all over the Sun…
    • So clearly, even under the grotesquely inadequate laws of 2003, the police do not seem to have been significantly impeded in their ability to spot-check ID and nick people.
    • I would have nicked him too but there was no room in the police car.
  • 3 (catch, arrest) (BrE) [slang/argot] they got nicked los agarraron [familiar/colloquial] or (AmS) [argot/slang] se los llevaron en cana or (Esp) [argot/slang] los trincaron or (Méx) [argot/slang] los apañaron

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