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Knick vs. Nick

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  • Knick (verb)

    alternative spelling of nick

  • Nick (noun)

    A cut in a surface.

  • Nick (noun)

    A particular place or point considered as marked by a nick; the exact point or critical moment.

    "in the nick of time"

  • Nick (noun)

    Senses connoting something small.

  • Nick (noun)

    A notch cut shank of a type, to assist a placing it properly in the stick, and in distribution.

  • Nick (noun)

    A small ball off the edge of the bat, often going to the catch.

  • Nick (noun)

    One of the segments produced during nick translation.

  • Nick (noun)

    In the expressions in bad nick and in good nick: condition, state.

    "The car I bought was cheap and in good nick."

  • Nick (noun)

    A station or prison.

    "He was arrested and taken down to Sun Hill nick [police station] to be charged."

    "He’s just been released from Shadwell nick [prison] after doing ten years for attempted murder."

  • Nick (noun)

    clipping of nickname

    "a user’s reserved nick on an IRC network"

  • Nick (noun)

    A nix or water]] spirit.

  • Nick (verb)

    To make a nick or notch in; to cut or scratch in a minor way.

    "I nicked myself while I was shaving."

  • Nick (verb)

    To make ragged or mar.

  • Nick (verb)

    To suit, as by a tally with.

  • Nick (verb)

    To make a cuts on the tail of a horse, in order to make the carry it higher).

  • Nick (verb)

    To hit at, or in, the nick; to touch strike at the time.

  • Nick (verb)

    To hit the ball with the edge of the bat and produce a fine deflection.

  • Nick (verb)

    To steal.

    "Someone’s nicked my bike!"

  • Nick (verb)

    To arrest.

    "The police nicked him climbing over the fence of the house he’d broken into."

  • Nick (verb)

    To give or call (someone) by a nickname; to style.

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