Meaning of smick in English:


Pronunciation /smɪk/


informal, derogatory Northern Irish
  • A young lower-class person typified by brash and loutish behaviour.

    • ‘there was a smick staring straight at me’
    • ‘Denizens of Belfast choose between smick and spide as their insults of choice.’
    • ‘Smicks wear baseball caps, big gold-coin rings, white tracksuits and use the word 'like' in every other sentence.’
    • ‘Most agree that you are more likely to be from a working-class background if you are a smick.’