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  1. slick

    • IPA[slik]

    美式

    • adj.
      (of an action or thing) done or operating in an impressively smooth, efficient, and apparently effortless way;smooth and superficially impressive but insincere or shallow
    • n.
      an oil slick;a small smear or patch of a glossy or wet substance, especially a cosmetic
    • v.
      make (one's hair) flat, smooth, and glossy by applying water, oil, or cream to it;cover with a film of liquid; make wet or slippery
    • noun: slick, plural noun: slicks

    • verb: slick, 3rd person present: slicks, gerund or present participle: slicking, past tense: slicked, past participle: slicked

    • 釋義

    形容詞

    名詞

    • 1. an oil slick the slick is a serious threat to marine life
    • 2. a small smear or patch of a glossy or wet substance, especially a cosmetic a slick of lip balm
    • 3. a race car or bicycle tire without a tread, for use in dry weather conditions Hunt's victory resulted from the finest sort of judgment about when to change his wet tires to slicks
    • 4. North American informal a glossy magazine writing for any of the so-called slicks was considered selling out
    • 5. North American informal a person who is smooth and persuasive but untrustworthy.

    動詞

    • 1. make (one's hair) flat, smooth, and glossy by applying water, oil, or cream to it his damp hair was slicked back his slicked-down hair
    • cover with a film of liquid; make wet or slippery she woke to find her body slicked with sweat a rain-slicked road
    • 2. North American make someone or something smart, tidy, or stylish dad groused about getting slicked up
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