rickrick1 | meaning of rick1 in Collins Dictionariesrick1 meaning, definition, what is rick1: a large stack of hay, corn, peas, etc, built in the open in a regular-shaped pile, esp one with a thatched top: Learn more.a large stack of hay, corn, peas, etc, built in the open in a regular-shaped pile, esp one with a thatched topWhat does rick1 mean and how do you use rick1 in a sentence?[URL]/rick
1. verbIf you rick your neck, you hurt it by pulling or twisting it in an unusual way. [British] [V n] ⇒ Kernaghan missed the United game after he ricked his neck. [V-ed] ⇒ He recovered from a ricked neck.regional note: in AM, use wrench2. countable nounA rick is a large pile of dried grass or straw that is built in a regular shape and kept in a field until it is needed.