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V-ERG 轻弹;轻击;轻快地移动 If something flicks in a particular direction, or if someone flicks it, it moves with a short, sudden movement.
His tongue flicked across his lips...
The man's gun flicked up from beside his thigh...
VERB 轻弹;轻拭 If you flick something away, or off something else, you remove it with a quick movement of your hand or finger.
Shirley flicked a speck of fluff from the sleeve of her black suit...
Alan stretched out his hand and flicked the letter away.
VERB 抽打;挥动 If you flick something such as a whip or a towel, or flick something with it, you hold one end of it and move your hand quickly up and then forward, so that the other end moves.
He helped her up before flicking the reins...
She sighed and flicked a dishcloth at the counter...
VERB (快速地)按(开关等) If you flick a switch, or flick an electrical appliance on or off, you press the switch sharply so that it moves into a different position and works the equipment.
He flicked a light-switch on the wall beside the door...
Sam was flicking a flashlight on and off...
VERB 快速翻阅;浏览;不停地转换(电视频道) If you flick through a book or magazine, you turn its pages quickly, for example to get a general idea of its contents or to look for a particular item. If you flick through television channels, you continually change channels very quickly, for example using a remote control.
She was flicking through some magazines on a table...
I'll just flick through the pages until I find the right section...