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Polish translation of “nick”

nick

verb [T]
 
 
/nɪk/
STEAL UK informal to steal something
zwędzić, kraść
She got caught nicking CDs from Smith's.Stealing
CATCH UK informal If the police nick someone, they catch that person because they have committed a crime.
przymknąć
[often passive] He got nicked for handling stolen goods.Arresting and charging
CUT to make a small cut in something without intending to
zadrasnąć, zaciąć
He nicked himself shaving.Cutting and stabbing
(Definition of nick verb from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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