a light sharp contact (usually with something flexible)
"he gave it a flick with his finger"; "he felt the flick of a whip"
a short stroke
movie, film, picture, moving picture, moving-picture show, motion picture, motion-picture show, picture show, pic, flickverb
a form of entertainment that enacts a story by sound and a sequence of images giving the illusion of continuous movement
"they went to a movie every Saturday night"; "the film was shot on location"
"The lights flicked on and off"
flick, flip, thumb, riffle, leaf, riffverb
look through a book or other written material
"He thumbed through the report"; "She leafed through the volume"
cause to move with a flick
"he flicked his Bic"
throw or toss with a quick motion
"flick a piece of paper across the table"; "jerk his head"
"The candle flickered"
flick, ruffle, riffleverb
twitch or flutter
"the paper flicked"
snap, click, flickverb
cause to make a snapping sound
"snap your fingers"
touch or hit with a light, quick blow
"flicked him with his hand"
remove with a flick (of the hand)
A short, quick movement, especially a brush, sweep, or flip.
A powerful underarm volley shot.
A motion picture; (in plural, usually preceded by "the") movie theater, cinema.
The act of pressing a place on a touch screen device.
A cut that lands with the point, often involving a whip of the foible of the blade to strike at a concealed target.
To move or hit (something) with a short, quick motion.
to whip lightly or with a quick jerk; to flap; as, to flick a horse; to flick the dirt from boots
Etymology: [See Flick, v. t.]
a flitch; as, a flick of bacon
Etymology: [See Flick, v. t.]
Flick is a campy British horror film written and directed by David Howard, and starring Hugh O'Conor and Faye Dunaway. It had its theatrical release in 2008, and the DVD of the film was released in the United Kingdom on 19 October 2009. The film was shot in and around Cardiff, Pontypool, Newbridge, Caerphilly, Briton Ferry Wales.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
flik, v.t. to strike lightly.—n. a flip.
Movie. "Scare mothafu**as like Stephen King flicks" -- N.W.A. (Chin Check) Because movies reels look like they "flicker" when they roll past the projector's light, making it look like the characters are moving. Also stands for "homie" or "partner". A friend you're rollin' with. "Let's call some flicks and chill the hell out."
Song lyrics by flick -- Explore a large variety of song lyrics performed by flick on the Lyrics.com website.
British National Corpus
Rank popularity for the word 'flick' in Verbs Frequency: #1050
The numerical value of flick in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of flick in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
I think you are going to see a turning point; you can see that happening in our politics right now, i think people are so fed up with the status quo. Sorbo's latest faith-based flick Joseph and Mary, out on DVD July 5th, focuses on the story of Joseph.
I think President-elect Biden, and people who will be joining his incoming administration have spoken about the fact that there's a commitment to follow our asylum laws to enforce our asylum laws, and that means to provide humanitarian relief for those individuals who qualify for it onto the law, that can not be accomplished with just the flick of a switch and turned on and day one(.).
The biggest selfish is like a mentally sick who can think nothing but to lick own looks on pic only, so has a propensity to pick & post almost daily own photo click on social media and at times even own video flick to get the praise of others on own face merely and in this bid always uses all sort of tricks.
I was asked to do a romantic comedy recently and I thought they ’d lost their minds, i don’t know why anyone would ever offer me a romantic comedy, Christian Bale continued. CHRISTIAN BALE UNRECOGNIZABLE IN FIRST PICS AS DICK CHENEY FOR LATEST BIOPIC ROLE But Christian Bale said thought the 2000 flick American Psycho was very funny, referring to Christian Bale breakout leading role in which Christian Bale played Patrick Bateman, a rich New York investment banker with an urge to kill. The movie is based on Bret Easton Ellis ’ 1992 novel of the same name. The Oscar winner described.
I still can't believe it. Just like that. A flick of a switch,my whole life turned upside down.
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- первам, перване, лек ударBulgarian
- näpäys, pyyhkäistä, pyyhkäisy, näpäyttääFinnish
- fricskáz, pöckölHungarian
- colpo di frustaItalian
- 弾く, フリックJapanese
- whiu, whiungaMāori
- sacudir, piparote, estalidoPortuguese
- рывок, [[лёгкий]] [[удар]], тряхнуть, стряхивать, смахивать, смахнуть, толчок, движение, стряхнуть, фильмRussian
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