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tick

noun /tik/
a mark ( ) used to show that something is correct, has been noted etc
marca, señal
If the answer is ’yes’, put a tick in the box.
tick (someone) off phrasal verb ( give (someone) a ticking off) to scold someone
reñir, regañar, cantar las cuarenta
The teacher gave me a ticking-off for being late.
tick (someone) off phrasal verb ( American, slang) to make someone angry
irritar, poner de los nervios, fastidiar; cabrear
He really ticked me off It ticks me off when you speak like that.
tick over phrasal to run quietly and smoothly at a gentle pace
(autom) marchar al ralentí; ir tirando; funcionar a ritmo lento
The car’s engine is ticking over.
ticked off adjective ( American, slang) angry
cabreado
I’m still ticked off about the way the company treated me.
(Definition of tick from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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