flick

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Pronunciation[change]

Noun[change]

Singular
flick

Plural
flicks

  1. (countable) A flick is a fast movement.
    With a quick flick of his wrist, he threw the ball.
    She gave a flick of her hair and left the room.
  2. (countable); (informal) A flick is a movie or movie theatre.
    The newest flick is Solo: A Star Wars Story.
    My favourite flick is It's a Wonderful Life.

Verb[change]

Plain form
flick

Third-person singular
flicks

Past tense
flicked

Past participle
flicked

Present participle
flicking

  1. If you flick something, you move it or hit it very quickly.
    She flicked his hair affectionately.