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  1. slick

    • IPA[slɪk]

    英式

    • adj.
      done or operating in an impressively smooth and efficient way;smooth and superficially impressive but insincere or shallow
    • n.
      an oil slick;an application or amount of a glossy or oily substance
    • v.
      make (one's hair) flat, smooth, and glossy by applying water, oil, or gel 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
    • 相關詞
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. done or operating in an impressively smooth and efficient way:

      Rangers have been entertaining crowds with a slick passing game

    • 2. smooth and superficially impressive but insincere or shallow:

      the brands are backed by slick advertising

      a salesperson may be viewed as a slick confidence trickster

    • 3. (of skin or hair) smooth and glossy:

      a dandy-looking dude with a slick black ponytail

    • 4. (of a surface) smooth, wet, and slippery:

      she tumbled back against the slick, damp wall

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an oil slick:

      the slick is a serious threat to marine life

    • 2. an application or amount of a glossy or oily substance:

      a slick of lip gloss

    • 3. a racing-car or bicycle tyre without a tread, for use in dry weather conditions:

      Hunt's victory resulted from the finest sort of judgement about when to change his wet tyres to slicks

    • 4. a glossy magazine:

      writing for any of the so-called slicks was considered selling out

    • 5. a person who is smooth and persuasive but untrustworthy.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. make (one's hair) flat, smooth, and glossy by applying water, oil, or gel to it:

      his damp hair was slicked back

    • 2. cover with a film of liquid; make wet or slippery:

      she woke to find her body slicked with sweat

    • 3. make someone or something smart, tidy, or stylish:

      dad groused about getting slicked up

    • n. a film or layer of oil floating on an expanse of water.

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    • n. a film or layer of oil floating on an expanse of water, especially one that has leaked or been discharged from a ship.

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    • IPA[slik]

    美式

    • adj.
      (of an action or thing) done or operating in an impressively smooth, efficient, and apparently effortless way:
    • a slick piece of software
    • n.
      an oil slick:
    • the slick is a serious threat to marine life
    • v.
      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

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