flick definition

  • noun:
    • A light quick blow, jerk, or touch: a flick for the wrist; gave my horse a flick because of the reins.
    • A light quick blow, jerk, or touch: a flick of the wrist; gave my horse a flick because of the reins.
    • The noise accompanying this movement.
    • A light fast blow, jerk, or touch: a flick regarding the wrist; offered my horse a flick aided by the reins.
    • The sound associated this movement.
    • The sound accompanying this movement.
    • A light splash, dash, or daub.
    • A light splash, dash, or daub.
    • A light splash, dash, or daub.
    • Slang a film.
    • Slang A movie.
    • Slang a film.
    • a quick, quick motion, especially a brush, brush, or flip.
    • a brief, fast motion, especially a brush, sweep, or flip.
    • A motion photo; (in plural, usually preceded by "the") movie theatre, cinema.
    • A motion picture; (in plural, generally preceded by "the") movie theater, cinema.
    • A cut that lands with the point, frequently involving a whip regarding the foible for the blade to strike at a concealed target.
    • A cut that lands utilizing the point, often involving a whip of the foible for the knife to hit at a concealed target.
    • a robust underarm volley shot.
    • The act of pushing a location on a touch screen device.
    • A flitch.
    • A light fast blow, jerk, or touch: a flick of this wrist; provided my horse a flick with the reins.
    • The noise accompanying this motion.
    • A light fast blow, jerk, or touch: a flick of wrist; offered my horse a flick utilizing the reins.
    • A flitch.
    • A light splash, dash, or daub.
    • A light fast stroke or blow, esp. with something pliant; a flirt; in addition, the sound produced by these types of a blow.
    • The sound associated this movement.
    • A motion photo.
    • A light splash, dash, or daub.
    • A powerful underarm volley chance.
    • A short, fast activity, specifically a brush, sweep, or flip.
    • A light fast blow, jerk, or touch: a flick of the wrist; offered my horse a flick using reins.
    • A light fast blow, jerk, or touch: a flick for the wrist; provided my horse a flick aided by the reins.
    • A light abrupt stroke, just like a whip and/or finger; a flip.
    • The act of pushing a location on a touch display screen device.
    • The sound accompanying this movement.
    • A motion picture; (in plural, often preceded by "the") movie theatre, cinema.
    • The noise accompanying this motion.
    • A dialectal as a type of flitch.
    • A light splash, dash, or daub.
    • A cut that places aided by the point, often involving a whip associated with the foible of the knife to hit at a concealed target.
    • A flitch.
    • A light splash, dash, or daub.
    • Slang A movie.
    • a strong underarm volley shot.
    • a quick, fast movement, especially a brush, brush, or flip.
    • The work of pressing someplace on an impression display screen unit.
    • Slang A movie.
    • A motion photo; (in plural, generally preceded by "the") movie theatre, cinema.
    • A flitch.
    • A short, fast movement, particularly a brush, brush, or flip.
    • A cut that lands because of the point, often concerning a whip associated with the foible of knife to hit at a concealed target.
    • A flitch.
    • A motion photo; (in plural, usually preceded by "the") movie theatre, cinema.
    • A powerful underarm volley shot.
    • A light quick stroke or blow, esp. with something pliant; a flirt; also, the sound created by such a blow.
    • A cut that places utilizing the point, usually involving a whip of the foible associated with the knife to strike at a concealed target.
    • The work of pushing a location on an impression screen unit.
    • Slang A Film.
    • A flitch.
    • a strong underarm volley chance.
    • A short, fast movement, especially a brush, sweep, or flip.
    • A motion picture.
    • A flitch.
    • A motion image; (in plural, often preceded by "the") cinema, cinema.
    • The act of pushing a place on a feeling display screen product.
    • A light quick swing or blow, esp. with some thing pliant; a flirt; additionally, the noise created by these types of a blow.
    • A cut that places with all the point, often concerning a whip associated with the foible associated with knife to hit at a concealed target.
    • A flitch.
    • A motion photo.
    • A powerful underarm volley shot.
    • The act of pressing a location on an impression display unit.
    • A flitch.
    • A light unexpected stroke, just like a whip or even the finger; a flip.
    • A flitch.
    • A dialectal type of flitch.
    • A flitch.
    • A light quick swing or blow, esp. with one thing pliant; a flirt; also, the sound made by such a blow.
    • A motion picture.
    • A flitch.
    • In cricket, a quick change of this bowler's wrist or forearm at present of delivering the basketball.
    • A light quick swing or blow, esp. with some thing pliant; a flirt; in addition, the sound made by these types of a blow.
    • A light sudden stroke, much like a whip or perhaps the little finger; a flip.
    • In cricket, a quick change of this bowler's wrist or forearm at this time of delivering the baseball.
    • Slang A movie.
    • A light quick swing or blow, esp. with one thing pliant; a flirt; additionally, the noise produced by these types of a blow.
    • A light sudden swing, as with a whip or even the finger; a flip.
    • A motion photo.
    • a brief, quick activity, particularly a brush, sweep, or flip.
    • A dialectal type of flitch.
    • A motion picture; (in plural, usually preceded by "the") movie theater, cinema.
    • A motion image.
    • A dialectal type of flitch.
    • A cut that places because of the point, often concerning a whip associated with the foible of the knife to hit at a concealed target.
    • a kind of entertainment that enacts a story by sound and a sequence of pictures giving the illusion of continuous motion
    • a type of enjoyment that enacts a story by sound and a sequence of images offering the illusion of continuous action
    • A light unexpected stroke, much like a whip or the hand; a flip.
    • a strong underarm volley chance.
    • In cricket, a quick change for the bowler's wrist or forearm at present of delivering the ball.
    • A dialectal as a type of flitch.
    • The act of pressing a place on a feeling display screen product.
    • A flitch.
    • a short stroke
    • a quick swing
    • a type of enjoyment that enacts a tale by noise and a sequence of pictures offering the impression of continuous motion
    • a light sharp contact (usually with anything versatile)
    • A light abrupt stroke, much like a whip or even the finger; a flip.
    • A dialectal type of flitch.
    • A flitch.
    • In cricket, a fast change associated with the bowler's wrist or forearm at this time of delivering the ball.
    • a quick swing
    • A light quick swing or blow, esp. with one thing pliant; a flirt; additionally, the noise produced by these types of a blow.
    • a light razor-sharp contact (usually with something flexible)
    • In cricket, a fast turn of bowler's wrist or forearm at the moment of delivering the baseball.
    • A light quick blow, jerk, or touch: a flick for the wrist; provided my horse a flick utilizing the reins.
    • A motion picture.
    • The noise accompanying this movement.
    • a type of activity that enacts a tale by noise and a sequence of pictures giving the illusion of continuous activity
    • A light splash, dash, or daub.
    • a light razor-sharp contact (usually with some thing flexible)
    • a form of activity that enacts a tale by noise and a sequence of images offering the illusion of constant motion
    • In cricket, a fast turn associated with the bowler's wrist or forearm at this time of delivering the baseball.
    • a brief swing
    • a quick swing
    • a kind of entertainment that enacts a story by sound and a sequence of pictures offering the illusion of continuous movement
    • Slang a film.
    • a quick, quick activity, specifically a brush, brush, or flip.
    • a light razor-sharp contact (usually with some thing flexible)
    • A motion picture; (in plural, generally preceded by "the") movie theatre, cinema.
    • a brief stroke
    • A cut that places using the point, often involving a whip of foible associated with the knife to strike at a concealed target.
    • A powerful underarm volley shot.
    • The act of pushing somewhere on an impression display device.
    • A flitch.
    • a light razor-sharp contact (usually with something versatile)
    • A flitch.
    • A light fast stroke or blow, esp. with anything pliant; a flirt; additionally, the noise produced by these types of a blow.
    • A light unexpected stroke, just like a whip or even the hand; a flip.
    • A light quick blow, jerk, or touch: a flick of this wrist; provided my horse a flick using the reins.
    • A dialectal form of flitch.
    • A light quick blow, jerk, or touch: a flick of the wrist; gave my horse a flick with the reins.
    • The sound associated this movement.
    • A light fast blow, jerk, or touch: a flick associated with wrist; offered my horse a flick with the reins.
    • The noise accompanying this motion.
    • A motion picture.
    • A light splash, dash, or daub.
    • A light splash, dash, or daub.
    • The sound accompanying this motion.
    • A light sudden stroke, as with a whip and/or little finger; a flip.
    • A light splash, dash, or daub.
    • A dialectal type of flitch.
    • In cricket, a fast change of this bowler's wrist or forearm currently of delivering the basketball.
    • a light sharp contact (usually with one thing flexible)
    • Slang A Film.
    • a form of entertainment that enacts a tale by noise and a sequence of images giving the illusion of constant motion
    • a brief, quick activity, particularly a brush, sweep, or flip.
    • Slang A movie.
    • In cricket, a fast change of the bowler's wrist or forearm at the moment of delivering the ball.
    • A motion image; (in plural, often preceded by "the") movie theater, cinema.
    • A short, quick movement, specially a brush, brush, or flip.
    • A cut that lands with the point, often concerning a whip associated with the foible of knife to hit at a concealed target.
    • A motion picture; (in plural, frequently preceded by "the") movie theater, cinema.
    • a robust underarm volley chance.
    • A cut that lands with the point, frequently concerning a whip for the foible of this knife to strike at a concealed target.
    • a form of entertainment that enacts a story by noise and a sequence of photos providing the illusion of constant motion
    • The act of pushing someplace on a touch screen device.
    • A flitch.
    • a short stroke
    • A flitch.
    • a light sharp contact (usually with something flexible)
    • A light fast stroke or blow, esp. with some thing pliant; a flirt; additionally, the sound produced by these types of a blow.
    • a quick stroke
    • A motion photo.
    • a robust underarm volley shot.
    • a light sharp contact (usually with something versatile)
    • A light sudden stroke, much like a whip or the little finger; a flip.
    • The work of pushing a spot on an impression display unit.
    • A dialectal type of flitch.
    • A flitch.
    • Slang A Film.
    • a brief, quick motion, particularly a brush, sweep, or flip.
    • In cricket, an instant change for the bowler's wrist or forearm at the moment of delivering the baseball.
    • A motion picture; (in plural, typically preceded by "the") movie theater, cinema.
    • A flitch.
    • A cut that places utilizing the point, often concerning a whip of the foible associated with knife to strike at a concealed target.
    • A light quick swing or blow, esp. with one thing pliant; a flirt; additionally, the sound made by these types of a blow.
    • A powerful underarm volley shot.
    • A motion picture.
    • The act of pushing a place on a feeling display device.
    • a type of activity that enacts a story by sound and a sequence of pictures giving the impression of continuous action
    • A flitch.
    • A light sudden swing, as with a whip or perhaps the hand; a flip.
    • a quick swing
    • A dialectal type of flitch.
    • A flitch.
    • A light quick stroke or blow, esp. with anything pliant; a flirt; also, the sound created by such a blow.
    • a light sharp contact (usually with some thing flexible)
    • In cricket, a fast change of this bowler's wrist or forearm currently of delivering the baseball.
    • A motion photo.
    • A light abrupt stroke, much like a whip and/or finger; a flip.
    • a kind of enjoyment that enacts an account by noise and a sequence of pictures offering the illusion of constant activity
    • A dialectal kind of flitch.
    • a short stroke
    • In cricket, a quick change associated with the bowler's wrist or forearm at present of delivering the basketball.
    • a form of enjoyment that enacts a story by noise and a sequence of pictures providing the illusion of constant movement
    • a brief stroke
    • a light razor-sharp contact (usually with something versatile)
    • a light sharp contact (usually with one thing flexible)
  • verb-transitive:
    • to the touch or hit with a light quick blow: flicked him along with his hand. See Synonyms at brush1.
    • to the touch or hit with a light quick blow: flicked him together with hand. See Synonyms at brush1.
    • to the touch or strike with a light quick blow: flicked him together with hand. See Synonyms at brush1.
    • To cause to maneuver with a light blow; breeze: flicked the light turn on.
    • To cause to maneuver with a light blow; breeze: flicked the light switch on.
    • resulting in to go with a light blow; snap: flicked the light activate.
    • to get rid of with a light fast blow: flicked the lint from the coating.
    • to eliminate with a light fast blow: flicked the lint from the layer.
    • to get rid of with a light fast blow: flicked the lint off the coat.
    • To whip lightly or with an instant jerk; to flap
    • To throw, snap, or toss with a jerk; to flirt.
    • to the touch or hit with a light quick blow: flicked him together with hand. See Synonyms at brush1.
    • to the touch or hit with a light fast blow: flicked him along with his hand. See Synonyms at brush1.
    • To cause to go with a light blow; snap: flicked the light activate.
    • resulting in to maneuver with a light blow; breeze: flicked the light switch on.
    • to eliminate with a light fast blow: flicked the lint off the coating.
    • to eliminate with a light fast blow: flicked the lint from the layer.
    • to the touch or hit with a light fast blow: flicked him together with his hand. See Synonyms at brush1.
    • to the touch or strike with a light quick blow: flicked him together with hand. See Synonyms at brush1.
    • To whip lightly or with an instant jerk; to flap
    • To cause to move with a light blow; breeze: flicked the light activate.
    • resulting in to maneuver with a light blow; breeze: flicked the light turn on.
    • To toss, break, or throw with a jerk; to flirt.
    • to eliminate with a light quick blow: flicked the lint off the layer.
    • to eliminate with a light fast blow: flicked the lint off the coating.
    • To whip gently or with a fast jerk; to flap
    • To put, break, or toss with a jerk; to flirt.
    • To whip lightly or with a quick jerk; to flap
    • To put, snap, or toss with a jerk; to flirt.
    • To whip softly or with a fast jerk; to flap
    • To put, snap, or throw with a jerk; to flirt.
    • To whip softly or with an instant jerk; to flap
    • To throw, snap, or throw with a jerk; to flirt.
    • To whip lightly or with an instant jerk; to flap
    • To put, snap, or throw with a jerk; to flirt.
    • to the touch or hit with a light quick blow: flicked him together with hand. See Synonyms at brush1.
    • To cause to go with a light blow; snap: flicked the light turn on.
    • To remove with a light quick blow: flicked the lint off the coating.
    • To whip gently or with a quick jerk; to flap
    • To throw, break, or throw with a jerk; to flirt.
    • to the touch or hit with a light quick blow: flicked him along with his hand. See Synonyms at brush1.
    • To cause to go with a light blow; snap: flicked the light switch on.
    • to the touch or hit with a light quick blow: flicked him along with his hand. See Synonyms at brush1.
    • to eliminate with a light fast blow: flicked the lint from the coat.
    • resulting in to move with a light blow; snap: flicked the light activate.
    • to eliminate with a light quick blow: flicked the lint off the coat.
    • To whip lightly or with an instant jerk; to flap
    • To toss, break, or toss with a jerk; to flirt.
    • to the touch or strike with a light quick blow: flicked him with his hand. See Synonyms at brush1.
    • To cause to maneuver with a light blow; breeze: flicked the light turn on.
    • To remove with a light fast blow: flicked the lint off the coat.
    • To whip gently or with an instant jerk; to flap
    • To throw, snap, or throw with a jerk; to flirt.
    • To whip gently or with a fast jerk; to flap
    • To put, break, or throw with a jerk; to flirt.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To twitch or flutter.
    • To twitch or flutter.
    • To twitch or flutter.
    • To twitch or flutter.
    • To twitch or flutter.
    • To twitch or flutter.
    • To twitch or flutter.
    • To twitch or flutter.
    • To twitch or flutter.
    • To twitch or flutter.
    • To twitch or flutter.
  • verb:
    • to maneuver or strike (some thing) with a quick, quick movement.
    • to go or hit (some thing) with a brief, fast movement.
    • To move or strike (one thing) with a quick, fast motion.
    • to go or strike (one thing) with a quick, quick movement.
    • to maneuver or hit (one thing) with a brief, fast motion.
    • To move or hit (something) with a brief, fast movement.
    • shine unsteadily
    • shine unsteadily
    • flash intermittently
    • flash intermittently
    • cause to move with a flick
    • cause to go with a flick
    • remove with a flick (of the hand)
    • shine unsteadily
    • remove with a flick (associated with the hand)
    • flash intermittently
    • twitch or flutter
    • To move or strike (something) with a short, fast movement.
    • twitch or flutter
    • throw or toss with an instant movement
    • cause to move with a flick
    • toss or toss with a fast movement
    • remove with a flick (associated with the hand)
    • examine a novel or other written material
    • shine unsteadily
    • twitch or flutter
    • cause to make a snapping noise
    • flash intermittently
    • examine a book or other written product
    • throw or toss with a quick movement
    • shine unsteadily
    • touch or strike with a light, fast blow
    • flash intermittently
    • cause to go with a flick
    • examine a book or other written material
    • eliminate with a flick (associated with hand)
    • cause to go with a flick
    • cause to produce a snapping sound
    • shine unsteadily
    • eliminate with a flick (regarding the hand)
    • touch or strike with a light, quick blow
    • twitch or flutter
    • flash intermittently
    • cause which will make a snapping noise
    • touch or hit with a light, quick blow
    • twitch or flutter
    • throw or toss with a quick movement
    • cause to move with a flick
    • eliminate with a flick (of this hand)
    • look through a book or other written product
    • cause to create a snapping noise
    • touch or strike with a light, quick blow
    • to maneuver or strike (something) with a brief, fast motion.
    • throw or toss with an instant movement
    • browse a novel or any other written product
    • cause in order to make a snapping sound
    • touch or hit with a light, quick blow
    • twitch or flutter
    • throw or toss with a fast motion
    • shine unsteadily
    • flash intermittently
    • look-through a book or any other written product
    • cause which will make a snapping sound
    • cause to move with a flick
    • touch or strike with a light, quick blow
    • shine unsteadily
    • flash intermittently
    • cause to maneuver with a flick
    • remove with a flick (for the hand)
    • to go or strike (some thing) with a short, quick motion.
    • twitch or flutter
    • put or throw with a quick motion
    • remove with a flick (for the hand)
    • look over a novel or any other written product
    • twitch or flutter
    • cause to create a snapping sound
    • place or toss with an instant movement
    • touch or hit with a light, fast blow
    • browse a novel or any other written product
    • cause which will make a snapping sound
    • to maneuver or hit (one thing) with a short, quick movement.
    • touch or hit with a light, fast blow
    • shine unsteadily
    • flash intermittently
    • cause to maneuver with a flick
    • remove with a flick (for the hand)
    • To move or strike (one thing) with a short, quick motion.
    • twitch or flutter
    • throw or toss with a quick motion
    • examine a novel or other written product
    • shine unsteadily
    • cause in order to make a snapping noise
    • flash intermittently
    • touch or hit with a light, fast blow
    • cause to maneuver with a flick
    • remove with a flick (associated with the hand)
    • twitch or flutter
    • shine unsteadily
    • place or toss with a quick motion
    • flash intermittently
    • cause to move with a flick
    • eliminate with a flick (of this hand)
    • twitch or flutter
    • throw or toss with an instant movement
    • look-through a novel or other written material
    • cause in order to make a snapping sound
    • look through a novel or any other written product
    • touch or strike with a light, quick blow
    • cause in order to make a snapping sound
    • touch or hit with a light, fast blow
  • others:
    • To strike lightly with an instant jerk, as with a whip or perhaps the little finger; flip: because, to flick off a fly from a horse.
    • In cricket: to maneuver the wrist or forearm quickly at present of delivering the ball: stated regarding the bowler.
    • to go up quickly from pitch; bump: stated associated with ball.
    • To flutter; flit, as a bird.
    • To strike lightly with a fast jerk, just like a whip or even the hand; flip: as, to flick off a fly from a horse.
    • In cricket: to go the wrist or forearm rapidly at this time of delivering the baseball: stated of this bowler.
    • To rise quickly from the pitch; bump: stated associated with the basketball.
    • To flutter; flit, as a bird.
    • To hit lightly with an instant jerk, much like a whip and/or little finger; flip: since, to flick down a fly from a horse.
    • To hit gently with an instant jerk, just like a whip and/or hand; flip: as, to flick down a fly from a horse.
    • In cricket: to go the wrist or forearm quickly right now of delivering the basketball: said associated with the bowler.
    • To hit softly with a quick jerk, much like a whip and/or little finger; flip: since, to flick off a fly from a horse.
    • to go up quickly through the pitch; bump: stated of baseball.
    • To hit gently with a quick jerk, as with a whip or perhaps the finger; flip: since, to flick down a fly from a horse.
    • To flutter; flit, as a bird.
    • In cricket: to go the wrist or forearm quickly at the moment of delivering the baseball: stated for the bowler.
    • In cricket: to maneuver the wrist or forearm rapidly currently of delivering the baseball: said of bowler.
    • to increase rapidly from the pitch; bump: stated of this baseball.
    • to increase rapidly from the pitch; bump: stated associated with baseball.
    • To flutter; flit, as a bird.
    • To flutter; flit, as a bird.
    • In cricket: to go the wrist or forearm rapidly at this time of delivering the ball: stated of the bowler.
    • To rise rapidly from the pitch; bump: stated associated with basketball.
    • To strike lightly with a quick jerk, much like a whip or perhaps the finger; flip: as, to flick down a fly from a horse.
    • To flutter; flit, as a bird.
    • In cricket: to maneuver the wrist or forearm rapidly currently of delivering the basketball: stated regarding the bowler.
    • To hit softly with a quick jerk, much like a whip or perhaps the little finger; flip: since, to flick off a fly from a horse.
    • to go up rapidly from the pitch; bump: stated associated with baseball.
    • To flutter; flit, as a bird.
    • In cricket: To move the wrist or forearm quickly right now of delivering the basketball: said for the bowler.
    • To rise quickly from pitch; bump: said for the ball.
    • To flutter; flit, as a bird.
    • To strike lightly with a quick jerk, much like a whip or even the hand; flip: since, to flick off a fly from a horse.
    • In cricket: to go the wrist or forearm quickly at this time of delivering the basketball: said of bowler.
    • To rise rapidly through the pitch; bump: stated of the basketball.
    • To flutter; flit, as a bird.
    • To hit lightly with an instant jerk, as with a whip and/or little finger; flip: because, to flick down a fly from a horse.
    • In cricket: to go the wrist or forearm quickly at the moment of delivering the ball: stated of bowler.
    • to go up quickly through the pitch; bump: said of basketball.
    • To flutter; flit, as a bird.
    • To hit softly with an instant jerk, as with a whip or the little finger; flip: as, to flick off a fly from a horse.
    • In cricket: To move the wrist or forearm rapidly at present of delivering the baseball: said associated with bowler.
    • to increase quickly from the pitch; bump: stated of this basketball.
    • To flutter; flit, as a bird.

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