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Turkish translation of “flick”

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flick

verb
 
 
/flɪk/
flick sth into/off/over, etc to move something somewhere suddenly and quickly through the air, usually with your fingers
bir şeyi parmaklarla hızlı hızlı çevirmek
He quickly flicked the crumbs off the table.Throwing
flick down/out/towards, etc to make a sudden, quick movement somewhere
bir yere doğru ani ve hızlı hamle yapmak/hareket etmek
His eyes flicked between her and the door.Making short, sudden movements
flick a switch to move a switch in order to make electrical equipment start or stop working
(elektrikli alet) açma kapama düğmesini çevirmek
Electrical switches and connections
Translations of “flick”
in Chinese (Traditional) (迅速)輕擊,輕彈,輕拍,輕拂…
in Chinese (Simplified) (迅速)轻击,轻弹,轻拍,轻拂…
(Definition of flick verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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