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nick

noun /nik/
a small cut
muesca, hendedura
There was a nick in the doorpost.
in the nick of time at the last possible moment; just in time
en el momento crítico, justo a tiempo
He arrived in the nick of time.
Translations of “nick”
in French entaille…
in German die Kerbe…
in Chinese (Traditional) 切割, 刻痕, 缺口…
in Russian тюрьма, полицейский участок, порез…
in Turkish hapishane, mahpus, karakol…
in Chinese (Simplified) 切割, 刻痕, 缺口…
in Polish pudło, paka, zadraśnięcie…
(Definition of nick from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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