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snick

  
a       n  
1    (=cut)   corte    m  , tijeretada    f  
2      (Sport)   toque    m   ligero
b       vt  
1    (=cut)   cortar (un poco), tijeretear  
to snick sth off      cortar algo con un movimiento rápido  
2      (Sport)  
  [+ball]  
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Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
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snicker, sick, snack, sic

to snick sth off exp.
cortar algo con un movimiento rápido

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"snick": examples and translations in context
It clicked its heels together with an audible snick as those marvelous, spring-loaded, nuclear-powered gams whined through their parody of obedience. Golpeó los tacones con un audible snick mientras sus maravillosas pantorrillas, llenas de resortes y movidas por energía nuclear, gemían en una parodia de obediencia.
Stylish and fashion, protect your iPod from daily snick and bump Con estilo y de moda, protege su iPod contra rasguños y topetónes diarios
I even shook his bag of snick snacks and still, no dog. Incluso sacudí su bolsa de snack y aun así, no hay perro.
As soon as the couch is clear, I snick you at the back Tan pronto como el sofá esté despejado, te haré un señal.
in a crack caught him tight: snick! it closed together, lo aferró en una grieta, se cerró la abertura,
The women's bronze medals went to Hungarian Eva Csernoviczki and Charline van Snick of Belgium. Las medallas de bronce femeninas fueron para la húngara Eva Csernoviczki y para la belga Charline van Snick.
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