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  1. snick

    • IPA[snɪk]

    英式

    • v.
      cut a small notch or incision in (something);deflect (the ball) slightly with the edge of the bat; deflect a ball delivered by (a bowler) in this way
    • n.
      a small notch or cut;a slight deflection of the ball by the bat.
    • verb: snick, 3rd person present: snicks, gerund or present participle: snicking, past tense: snicked, past participle: snicked

    • noun: snick, plural noun: snicks

    • 釋義

    動詞

    • 1. cut a small notch or incision in (something) the stem can be carefully snicked to allow the bud to swell
    • deflect (the ball) slightly with the edge of the bat; deflect a ball delivered by (a bowler) in this way he scored 23 before he snicked Snell's out-swinger
    • 2. cause (something) to make a sharp clicking sound he placed the pen in the briefcase and snicked it shut
    • make a sharp clicking sound the bolt snicked into place

    名詞

    • 1. a small notch or cut he had several shaving snicks
    • a slight deflection of the ball by the bat.
    • 2. a sharp click he heard the snick of the latch
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    • IPA[snik]

    美式

    • v.
      cut a small notch or incision in (something): the stem can be carefully snicked to allow the bud to swell
    • n.
      a small notch or cut: he had several shaving snicks

    Oxford American Dictionary