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Noun
Movies, usually watched in the cinemas
Noun
(the pictures) The cinema
Noun
Plural for a sudden quick movement
“With a quick flick of her head, her hair re-arranged itself.”
Noun
Plural for an act of scanning or perusing through something, especially reading material
“A flick through the newspaper had reminded her there was a program she wanted to catch on the television.”
Noun
Plural for a story or event recorded by a camera as a set of moving images
Noun
Forehands
Noun
Plural for ice hockey maneuver
Noun
Plural for a mark used to indicate that an item in a list is correct, chosen or dealt with
Noun
Plural for an obscene gesture made by sticking up the middle finger of a hand
Noun
Plural for an general act of touching someone or something
Noun
Plural for a quick, often unpleasant, tug or shake
Verb
To move with a short, sudden movement
“One family reported that their son Mark would frequently flick his fingers in front of his face at his desk during class.”
Verb
To move about or around quickly and randomly
“Flames flick around the whopping porterhouse steak on the grill.”
Verb
To move (quickly or suddenly) back and forth or from side to side
“A red squirrel scolded him from a high perch, and he saw it flick its tail with rage.”
Verb
To hit with a quick stroke
“Every time I slurred, she would gently flick my cheek and make me repeat the word.”
Verb
To touch or graze with a quick stroke
“The wind tore through my hair, causing strands of orange curls to flick against my eyes.”
Verb
To throw or launch something in a given direction
“Don't you dare flick your cigarette ash on my carpet on your way out!”
Verb
To toggle something, such as a switch
“In defiance, she chose to flick the light switch on and gasped at what she saw.”
Verb
To scan or peruse through something, especially reading material
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“As they drove out of Ashley's cul-de-sac, Billy began to flick through the magazine, knowing a long-distance trip was well ahead of them.”
Verb
To move with a short, sudden movement
Verb
To emit a sudden, sharp cracking sound
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