slick

  1. a slippery smoothness
  2. a magazine printed on good quality paper

Slick

If an oil tanker runs aground or sinks an environmental disaster known as an 'oil slick' will probably occur. An oil slick is a layer of oil floating on water, this can be devastating to marine life and very costly to clean up. Estimates suggest 2 million barrels are lost every year in this way.

slick

See ad slick.
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slick

[adj] - made slick by e.g. ice or grease 2. [n] - a magazine printed on good quality paper 3. [n] - a trowel used to make a surface slick 4. [v] - make slick or smooth 5. [v] - give a smooth and glossy appearance, as to one`s hair
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Slick

Slick adjective [ See Sleek .] Sleek; smooth. 'Both slick and dainty.' Chapman.
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Slick

Slick transitive verb To make sleek or smoth. ' Slicked all with sweet oil.' Chapman.
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Slick

Slick noun (Joinery) A wide paring chisel.
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slick

adjective made slick by e.g. ice or grease; `sidewalks slick with ice`; `roads are slickest when rain has just started and hasn`t had time to wash away the oil`
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slick

slipperiness noun a slippery smoothness; `he could feel the slickness of the tiller`
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Slick

• (n.) A slick, or smooth and slippery, surface or place; a sleek. • (a.) Sleek; smooth. • (n.) A wide paring chisel. • (n.) See Schlich. • (v. t.) To make sleek or smoth.
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slick

glassy patch or streak on a relatively undisturbed ocean or lake surface, formed where surface tension is reduced by a monomolecular layer of ...
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Slick

Slick is slang for not quite honestly; smart.
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Slick

A horse or cow with no brand, earmark, or other identification of ownership.
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Slick

Land condition highly polished; tends to hold back hook. Not the same as oily.
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Slick

[tool] A slick is a large chisel, characterized by a wide (2-4 inches, 5–10 cm), heavy blade, and a long, frequently slender, socketed handle. The combined blade and handle can reach two feet (60 cm) in length. The blade of a slick is slightly curved lengthwise, and/or the handle socket is cranked upward, such that the handle and socket c...
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Slick

An oily lane condition.
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