Noun(1) an impression in a surface (as made by a blow(2) (British slang(3) a small cut
Verb(1) cut slightly, with a razor(2) cut a nick into(3) divide or reset the tail muscles of(4) mate successfully; of livestock
(1) The second semi final was a played at a furious pace with Victor Berg setting the tone of the game hitting the return of serve into the nick to win the first point.(2) The ball sails again and again into the corner, drawn to the nick as if on an invisible thread.(3) a small nick on his wrist(4) Then, almost in echo of Beachill's earlier performance, he hit a forehand pickup from the nick into the tin.(5) he'll end up in the nick for the rest of his life(6) Easdon would step in and punish with his volley, either for depth or occasionally guided crosscourt into the nick .(7) So clearly, even under the grotesquely inadequate laws of 2003, the police do not seem to have been significantly impeded in their ability to spot-check ID and nick people.(8) From the soaps we're joined by Kim Medcalf, EastEnders jailbird Sam Mitchell, who escapes Walford nick to perform a classic track.(9) And I'm not sure my friend realised that councils have many other ways of getting their council tax and some of them can have far-reaching effects that go beyond a short spell in the nick .(10) Big Mick left after several gigs to serve a few years in the nick , so we got in Metal Ing.(11) Ball was up to the challenge and used his low hard drives into the nick to end many rallies of his own.(12) he was being fingerprinted in the nick(13) Always in these movies the defendant looks cooked, until a last minute witness shows up at the nick , spurred on by ingenious detective work.(14) Surely the notoriously humourless Singapore police would nick us all, cane us publicly - our bare, welted bottoms would be splattered all over the Sun├ö├ç┬¬(15) In order to apply closure to the mayhem, a farmer, driven insane after the loss of his youngest son, arrives in the nick with assorted homemade weapons.(16) I'm Sergeant Peter Lees and this is PC Lee Peters from Westing nick .
1. cut ::
2. notch ::
3. dent ::
4. cut ::
5. chip ::
6. snick ::
Different Formsnick, nicked, nicker, nickered, nickering, nickers, nicking, nicks
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