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Turkish translation of “nip”

nip

verb
 
 
/nɪp/ (present participle nipping, past tense and past participle nipped)
nip down/out/up, etc UK informal to go somewhere quickly and for a short time
acele girmek, bir koşu gitmek
I'm just nipping down the road to get a paper.Moving quickly
[T] If something nips you, it gives you a small, sharp bite.
hafifçe ısırmak, çimdiklemek, dişlemek, makas almak
His parrot nipped him on the nose. → See also nip sth in the budAnimal (non-human) behaviour
(Definition of nip from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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