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flick / coletazo
flick   [flɪk]
A. -noun
1. [of tail]   coletazo (m)
b. [of finger]   capirotazo (m),   papirotazo (m)
c. [of duster]   pasada (f)
d. [of whip]   latigazo (m)
·with a flick of the whip
·de un latigazo
·with a flick of the wrist
·con un movimiento rápido de la muñeca
2. (British, Great Britain)   *   película (f),   peli (m) / peli feminine (f)
·the flicks
·el cine
B. -transitive verb
(with finger)   dar un capirotazo a
·she flicked her hair out of her eyes
·se apartó el pelo de los ojos
·to flick something away
·quitar algo con un movimiento rápido
C. -intransitive verb
·the snake'noun tongue flicked in and out
·la víbora metía y sacaba la lengua
·to flick over the pages
·hojear rápidamente las páginas
D. -compound
·flick knife   -noun
(British, Great Britain)   navaja (f) automática,   navaja (f) de resorte Mexico
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged and Audio Headword Pronunciation (Spanish) 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co Ltd. 1971,1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992,1993,1996,1997,2000,2003,2005.
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