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to lick (third-person singular simple present -, present participle -, simple past and past participle -)
Third person singular
- To stroke with the tongue.
- The cat licked its fur.
- (colloquial) To defeat decisively, particularly in a fight.
- My dad can lick your dad.
- (colloquial) To overcome.
- I think I can lick this.
- (vulgar, Template loop detected: Template:context 1) To perform cunnilingus.
to stroke with a tongue
colloquial: to defeat decisively
colloquial: to overcome
vulgar slang: to perform cunnilingus
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- The act of licking.
- The cat gave its fur a lick.
- The amount of some substance obtainable with a single lick.
- Give me a lick of ice cream.
- A place where animals lick minerals from the ground.
- The birds gathered at the clay lick.
- A small watercourse or ephemeral stream. It ranks between a rill and a stream.
- We used to play in the lick'.
- (colloquial) A stroke or blow.
- Hit that wedge a good lick with the sledgehammer.
- (colloquial) A bit.
- You don't have a lick of sense.
- I didn't do a lick of work today.
- (music) A short motif.
- There are some really good blues licks in this solo.
terms related to "lick"
the act of licking
amount obtainable with a single lick
place where animals lick minerals from the ground
small watercourse or ephemeral stream
colloquial: a stroke or blow
colloquial: a bit
music: a short motif
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