slick

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English - Turkish
hoş
{s} düzgün
cerbezeli
içi kof
kayağan
gürbüz
pürüzsüz
(Denizbilim) parlama
görünümü çekici
tatlı dilli
düz
yapmacık kibar
parlak ve kaygan
üçkâğıtçı
kurnaz
ince petrol tabakası
yüze gülücü
Kurnazca
kayganlaştırmak
kaygan

Tom kayganlığı küçümsedi ve hendeğe sürdü. - Tom underestimated the slickness and drove into the ditch.

Bu kaygan propagandayı yutma. - Don't swallow that slick propaganda.

sıhhatli
{s} şeytan gibi
{f} düzeltmek
{s} becerikli
{i} kuşe kâğıtlı dergi
ustaca
su yüzünde bulunan yağ tabakası
{i} kaliteli dergi
{s} usta işi (şey)
{f} düzleştirmek
maharetle
yağlı gürbüz
{s} purüzsüz
{s} usta
hemen
ustalıkla
{f} düzlemek
hilekâr
kuşe kâğıt üzerine basılmış dergiler
tam
{i} su yüzündeki yağ tabakası
çabucak
yüze gülen
düzlk
slick down
parlatmak
slick down
düzleştirmek
slick down
(saçı) parlatmak, düzlestirmek
slick one´s hair back/down
(with) briyantin/su sürerek saçlarını arkaya/yana tarayıp yatırmak: He slicked his hair back with water. Su sürerek saçlarını arkaya tarayıp yatırdı
slick up
slick kadar
slick in the eye
tam gözüne
slick incline
(deyim) riskli durum
slick o.s. up
{k} iki dirhem bir çekirdek giyinmek
slick one's hair
(with) briyantin/su sürerek saçlarını arkaya/yana tarayıp yatırmak: He slicked his hair back with water. Su sürerek saçlarını arkaya tarayıp
slick paper
kaliteli dergi
slick paper
kuşe kâğıtlı dergi
slick spots
(Tarım) alıştırma lekeler
oil slick
denizin üzerindeki petrol tabakası
oil slick
su üzerinde yüzen petrol tabakası
slicker
muşamba
slicker
yağmurluk
slicker
dolandırıcı
oil slick
yağ birikintisi (denizde)
oil slick
suyun üzerindeki yağ tabakası
oil slick
(göl, deniz v.b. üzerinde yüzen) yağ tabakası
oil slick
göl veya deniz suyu yüzeyi üzerinde petrol sızıntısı sonucu oluşan yağ birikintisi
slicker
şık giyimli dolandırıcı
slicker
şık giyimli şehirli
slicker
kurnaz ve hilekâr kimse
slicker
city slicker taşra halkını aldatan düzenbaz kimse
slicker
düzenbaz/yağmurluk
slicker
muşamba yağmurluk
slickly
kaygan bir şekilde
slickly
becerikli bir şekilde
slicks
(Otomotiv) çok geniş dişsiz lastik
English - English
A term of address, generally applied to males, possibly including strangers, implying that the person addressed is slick in the sense of "sophisticated", but often used sarcastically

Don't you look good tonight, Slick!.

Clever, making an apparently hard task easy; often used sarcastically

That was a slick move, locking your keys in the car.

Extraordinarily great or special

That is one slick bicycle, it has all sorts of features!.

To make slick

The surface had been slicked.

Superficially convincing but actually untrustworthy

That new sales rep is slick. Be sure to read the fine print before you buy anything.

A helicopter
A camera ready image to be used by a printer. The "slick" is photographed to produce a negative image which is then used to burn a positive offset plate or other printing device

The project was delayed because the slick had not been delivered to the printer.

A covering of liquid, particularly oil

The oil slick has now spread to cover the entire bay, critically endangering the sea life.

Appearing expensive or sophisticated

They read all kinds of slick magazines.

Slippery due to a covering of liquid; often used to describe appearances

The top coating of lacquer gives this finish a slick look.

A tire with a smooth surface instead of a tread pattern, often used in auto racing

You'll go much faster if you put on slicks.

marked by skill in deception; "cunning men often pass for wise"; "deep political machinations"; "a foxy scheme"; "a slick evasive answer"; "sly as a fox"; "tricky Dik"; "a wily old attorney"
A slick is the same as an oil slick. Experts are trying to devise ways to clean up the huge slick
A slick, or smooth and slippery, surface or place; a sleek
Oil spilled on the water, which absorbs energy and dampens out surface waves, making the oil appear smoother--or slicker--than the surrounding water
A wide paring chisel
Sleek; smooth
{i} area that is smooth or slippery; floating film of oil; magazine printed on shiny paper (Informal)
A chisel with a blade two and one-half or more inches in width It is pushed by the hands instead of being struck with a mallet
make slick or smooth made slick by e
A condition in which tires have trouble gripping the track, but is not limited to oil or water Also refers to a grooveless tire
make slick or smooth
The trace of an advancing shock wave seen on the surface of reasonably calm water as a circle of rapidly increasing size apparently darker than the surrounding water It is observed, in particular, following an underwater explosion See Crack
having a smooth, gleaming surface; "glossy auburn hair"; "satiny gardenia petals"; "sleek black fur"; "silken eyelashes"; "silky skin"; "a silklike fabric"; "slick seals and otters"
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
A slick action is done quickly and smoothly, and without any obvious effort. They were outplayed by the Colombians' slick passing and decisive finishing
a slippery smoothness; "he could feel the slickness of the tiller"
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"
disapproval A slick person speaks easily in a way that is likely to convince people, but is not sincere. Don't be fooled by slick politicians
Nickname for a UH1D with no seats (slick floor) used for carrying troops
A track condition where, for a number of reasons, it's hard for a car's tires to adhere to the surface or get "good bite " A slick race track is not necessarily wet or slippery because of oil, water, etc
refers to a high resolution, clean, black & white, printout of an image, (logos)(no screening)
A slick performance, production, or advertisement is skilful and impressive. There's a big difference between an amateur video and a slick Hollywood production + slickness slick·ness These actors and directors brought a new sophistication and slickness to modern theatre
Oil lying on the top of water
Slang term used to refer to any gait that is being performed more lateral than the correct gait would be: i e slick trot - is between a fox trot and a running walk; slick running walk - is between a running walk and a pace slick walk - is a pacy flat foot walk
a film of oil or garbage floating on top of water
Land condition highly polished; tends to hold back hook Not the same as oily
give a smooth and glossy appearance; "slick one's hair"
{f} make smooth and glossy, make sleek; make tidy, spruce up (Informal)
in a smooth manner, cleverly
a trowel used to make a surface slick a film of oil or garbage floating on top of water a magazine printed on good quality paper give a smooth and glossy appearance; "slick one's hair"
a trowel used to make a surface slick
To make sleek or smoth
A treadless tire used for racing on dry surfaces
{s} slippery; shiny, glossy, smooth; clever; sly; sophisticated and superficial; great, excellent (Slang)
"Slick" or "bald" tires, those with no tread pattern, or perhaps just a bit of siping, provide the best performance for bicycles which are used on pavement Slick tires are smooth and silent running, and have excellent traction They have the lowest rolling resistance of all tire styles Many people reject them because they look slippery, but in practice, they are not Tread patterns on road tires are purely cosmetic, and have no practical value
A A track condition where a car's tires cannot adhere to the surface or get a good bite
a magazine printed on good quality paper
having only superficial plausibility; "glib promises"; "a slick commercial"
slick back
To make hair flat by putting oil, water, etc. on it

His hair was slicked back with gel.

Slick Willie
{i} nickname of Willie Sutton (1901-1980) famous innovative United States bank robber who was also known and "Willie the Actor
slick down
slick: give a smooth and glossy appearance; "slick one's hair"
big slick
An ace and a king as a starting hand in Texas hold 'em. (Originally used to denote only an ace and a king of the same suit, the term now includes any ace and king.)
little slick
An ace and a queen as a starting hand in Texas hold 'em
little slick
An ace and a two as a starting hand in Texas hold 'em
slicker
A person who is perceived as clever, urbane and possibly disreputable. (abbreviation of city slicker.)
slicker
Comparative form of slick: more slick
slicker
A waterproof coat or jacket
A slick
sleek
Grace Slick
(born 1939 as Grace Barnett Wing) lead singer of several psychedelic rock bands during the 1960s (including "Jefferson Airplane")
oil slick
glossy smooth spot on the water's surface (created by an oil spill, environmental pollution)
oil slick
An oil slick is a layer of oil that is floating on the sea or on a lake because it has accidentally come out of a ship or container. The oil slick is now 35 miles long. A layer of oil floating on the surface of water. a large area of oil floating on the surface of the sea or a river = slick
oil slick
a thin film of oil floating on top of water (especially crude oil spilled from a ship)
slicker
{i} raincoat; trickster, cheat (Informal); stylish and sophisticated person (Informal); raincoat, mack
slicker
someone who leads you to believe something that is not true
slicker
That which makes smooth or sleek
slicker
A kind of burnisher for leather
slicker
A person who is perceived as clever, urbane and possibly direputable. Short for a city slicker
slicker
Comparative for of slick, more slick
slicker
A waterproof jacket
slicker
a person with good manners and stylish clothing
slicker
A curved tool for smoothing the surfaces of a mold after the withdrawal of the pattern
slicker
1. A slicker is a long loose waterproof coat. see also slick. a coat made of smooth shiny material that keeps out the rain
slicker
a macintosh made from cotton fabric treated with oil and pigment to make it waterproof
slicker
A waterproof coat
slicking
Narrow veins of ore
slicking
The act or process of smoothing
slickly
with superficial plausibility; "he talked glibly"
slickly
In a slick manner, slipperily
slickly
in a slick manner; smoothly; cleverly; deceptively, slyly
slickness
The state or quality of being slick; smoothness; sleekness
slickness
a slippery smoothness; "he could feel the slickness of the tiller
slickness
verbal misrepresentation intended to take advantage of you in some way
slickness
a kind of fluent easy superficiality; "the glibness of a high-pressure salesman"
slickness
{i} slipperiness; smoothness; deceitfulness, slyness
slickness
The property of being slick
slickness
a slippery smoothness; "he could feel the slickness of the tiller"
slicks
plural of slick
verb slick 3
slick down/back to make hair smooth and shiny by putting oil, water etc on it
slick
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