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He dealt the cards with a flick of his wrist.
a seventies crime flick
The vehicle operates either on natural gas or gasoline, which can be chosen at the flick of a switch.
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the design of buildings or public spaces in a way which discourages people from touching, climbing or sitting on them …
the system of trade unions, or the principles on which trade unions are based
a situation in which a country's armed forces are physically present in an area of conflict …
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American definition of flick from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.