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rick

noun [C] uk   us   /rɪk/ (also hayrick )
a large pile of straw or hay (= dried grass) that has been built in a regular shape

rick

verb [T] uk   us   /rɪk/ UK informal
to twist a part of your body and hurt it: I ricked my neck while I was playing squash.
Translations of “rick”
in Chinese (Traditional) 乾草堆,草垛…
in Chinese (Simplified) 干草堆,草垛…
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