- vt. 刻痕于；挑毛病；用刻痕记
- n. 刻痕；缺口
- vi. 刻痕；狙击
- nick (n.)
- "notch, groove, slit," late 15c., nyke, of unknown origin, possibly influenced by Middle French niche (see niche), or from it. Nick of time is first attested 1640s (nick of opportunity is 1610s), possibly from an old custom of recording time as it passed by making notches on a tally stick, though nick in the general sense of "critical moment" is older (1570s, Hanmer, who adds "as commonly we say") than the phrase.
- nick (v.)
- 1520s, "to make a notch in," from nick (n.). Sense of "to steal" is from 1869, probably from earlier slang sense of "to catch, take unawares, arrest" (1620s). The precise sense connection is unclear. Related: Nicked; nicking.
- masc. proper name, familiar form of Nicholas. As "the devil" by 1640s, but the reason for it is obscure.
- 1. She sipped the wine. Everything was hazy now, except for Nick's face.
- 2. News of interest cuts came in the nick of time for borrowers.
- 3. Davey sat as if hypnotized by the sound of Nick's voice.
- 4. Nick Sullivan previews this season's collections from Paris and Milan.
- 5. Nick finished what he was saying and jumped down from the platform.
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