Chic

Chic is slang for good form or style.
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Chic

[automobile] Chic was an automobile manufactured in the Adelaide suburb of Millswood in the early 1920s. The name was a word-play on the name of the designer, Clarence Chick. Production numbers were small and only a few cars are known to have survived, including two at the Australian National Motor Museum at Birdwood in the Adelaide Hills. ...
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chic

[adj] - elegant and stylish 2. [n] - elegance by virtue of being fashionable
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CHIC

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Chic

Chic noun [ French] Good form; style. [ Slang]
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chic

smart adjective elegant and stylish; `chic elegance`; `a smart new dress`; `a suit of voguish cut`
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Chic

• (n.) Good form; style. • (n.) Original and in good taste or form.
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Chic

[magazine] Chic was a pornographic magazine started by Larry Flynt, of Hustler fame in 1976. The first issue was published in November 1976. In 1979, Flynt went on trial for obscenity charges over eight issues of Hustler and three issues of Chic magazine. In 1984, a Texas woman, Jeannie Braun, successfully sued Chic for publishing a photo o...
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CHIC

[electronics] CHIC (Checker for Interface Compatibility) is a modular verifier for behavioral compatibility checking of hardware and software systems. The goal of CHIC is to be able to check that the interfaces for software or hardware components provide guarantees that satisfy the assumptions they make about each other. CHIC supports a var...
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chic

chic, elegante, con caché
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