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nick

noun
 
 
/nɪk/
PRISON [C] mainly UK informal a prison or police station
hapishane, mahpus, karakol, nezarethane
They spent the night in the nick.Prisons and parts of prisons
CUT [C] a small cut
çentik, çizik
He has a little nick on his cheek.Cutting and stabbing
in bad/good nick UK informal in bad/good condition
kötü/iyi durumda
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Translations of “nick”
in Vietnamese nấc, khía…
in Spanish muesca, hendedura…
in Thai รอยบาก…
in Malaysian calar…
in French entaille…
in German die Kerbe…
in Chinese (Traditional) 切割, 刻痕, 缺口…
in Indonesian goresan, torehan…
in Russian тюрьма, полицейский участок, порез…
in Chinese (Simplified) 切割, 刻痕, 缺口…
in Polish pudło, paka, zadraśnięcie…
(Definition of nick noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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