Definition of 'prick'
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British English: prick /prɪk/ VERB
If you prick something, you make small holes in it with a sharp object such as a pin.
Prick the potatoes and rub them with salt.
- American English: prick
- Arabic: يَثْقُب
- Brazilian Portuguese: picar
- Chinese: 刺
- Croatian: nabosti
- Czech: propíchnout
- Danish: prik
- Dutch: prikken
- European Spanish: pinchar
- Finnish: pistää neulalla
- French: piquer
- German: stechen
- Greek: κεντρίζω
- Italian: pungere
- Japanese: チクリと刺す
- Korean: 찌르다
- Norwegian: prikke
- Polish: przekłuwać
- European Portuguese: picar
- Romanian: a găuri
- Russian: уколоть
- Spanish: pinchar
- Swedish: sticka göra hål på
- Thai: เจาะ
- Turkish: delmek iğneyle
- Ukrainian: колоти
- Vietnamese: chọc
British English: prick NOUN
A prick is a small, sharp pain that you get when something pricks you.
At the same time she felt a prick on her neck.
Definition of prick from the Collins English Dictionary
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