- a sudden sharp movement；the sudden release of a bent finger or thumb, especially to propel a small object
- propel (something) with a sudden sharp movement, especially of the fingers；make a sudden sharp movement
noun: flick, plural noun: flicks
- 1. a sudden sharp movement the flick of a switch a flick of the wrist
- ▪ the sudden release of a bent finger or thumb, especially to propel a small object he sent his cigarette spinning away with a flick of his fingers
- ▪ a light, sharp, quickly retracted blow, especially with a whip.
- 2. informal a motion picture a Hollywood action flick
- ▪ British the movies fancy a night at the flicks?
- 1. propel (something) with a sudden sharp movement, especially of the fingers Emily flicked some ash off her sleeve 同義詞
- ▪ make a sudden sharp movement the finch's tail flicks up and down 同義詞
- ▪ turn something electrical on or off by means of a switch Urquart flicked the switch and she blinked in the harsh light
- ▪ move (a whip) so as to strike the driver flicked his whip and the cab moved off
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flick of the switch是"輕輕地敲一下(或打開)開闢"之意