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snick

verb [T]
 
/snɪk/ UK
in sports, especially cricket, to hit the ball off the edge of the bat
(尤指在板球運動等中)切(球)
Carlton snicked the ball low and fast to Lynch's right.
卡爾頓打出一記速度很快的低平切球,飛向林奇的右邊。
CricketGeneral terms used in ball sports
snick
 
 
noun [C]
Translations of “snick”
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指在板球运动等中)削(球)…
(Definition of snick from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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