Translation of "nick" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

nick

noun uk /nɪk/ us /nɪk/
CUT 切割

[ C ] a small cut in a surface or an edge

刻痕;缺口
Apart from a few nicks in the varnish, the guitar is in very good condition. 除了漆面上有幾道劃痕,吉他保養得很好。
PRISON 監獄
the nick [ S ] UK slang

prison

監獄
He's been in the nick half his life. 他已經在牢裡蹲了半輩子。
CONDITION 狀況

[ U ] UK slang a stated condition, especially of health

(尤指健康)狀況
He's in pretty good nick for a man of his age. 對他這個年紀的人來說,他的健康狀況相當不錯。
The car really is in excellent nick. 這輛車性能相當不錯。
verb [ T ] uk /nɪk/ us /nɪk/
STEAL 偷竊

UK informal to steal something

I've had my bike nicked again. 我的腳踏車又被偷了。
All right, who's nicked my ruler? 好吧,是誰順手牽羊拿走了我的尺子?
CATCH 抓獲

UK slang If the police nick someone, they catch them for committing a crime.

抓獲,逮捕
They nicked him for driving at 70 in a 50 speed limit area. 他因在限速50英里的區域內開到時速70英里而被他們逮捕。
CHARGE 收費

US informal to cheat someone or to charge someone too much money

訛詐;收取過高費用
$50 for a meal like that - we were nicked! 花50美元吃這樣一頓飯?我們被騙了!
If your bank account balance falls below the minimum, you'll be nicked for a $5 service charge. 如果你的銀行存款餘額低於這個底限,你就會被收取5美元的服務費。
CUT 切割

to make a small cut in a surface or an edge

刻痕於;使有缺口
Paintwork on the corner of a stairway tends to get nicked and scratched. 樓梯轉角處的油漆往往容易被刮擦剝落。

(Translation of “nick” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)