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snick

verb [T] uk   us   /snɪk/ UK
in sports, especially cricket, to hit the ball off the edge of the bat: Carlton snicked the ball low and fast to Lynch's right.
snick
noun [C] uk   us  
Translations of “snick”
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指在板球運動等中)切(球)…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指在板球运动等中)削(球)…
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