Sinónimos de lick en inglés:

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1‘the spaniel leapt to lick his face’

SINÓNIMOS
tongue, wet, moisten, wash, clean
taste, lap, slurp

2‘she sat looking into the flames licking round the coal’

SINÓNIMOS
flicker, play, flick, flit, dart, ripple, dance

3‘they licked the home side 3-0’

SINÓNIMOS
defeat, beat, best, conquer, trounce, thrash, rout, vanquish, overcome, overwhelm, overpower, destroy, drub, get the better of, triumph over, prevail over, gain a victory over, win against, win over, worst, subdue, quash, crush
coloquial slaughter, murder, kill, clobber, hammer, whip, paste, crucify, demolish, wipe the floor with, make mincemeat of, take to the cleaners, walk over, walk all over, run rings around
Britanico coloquial stuff, marmalize
Norteamericano coloquial shellac, skunk
EEUU coloquial own

4‘the Prime Minister claimed that the government had inflation licked’

SINÓNIMOS
overcome, get the better of, solve, find an answer to, find a solution to, conquer, beat, quell, control, govern, master, curb, check, bridle, tame

nombre

1‘the building itself had changed little, apart from a lick of paint here and there’

SINÓNIMOS
dab, bit, drop, dash, spot, touch, hint, dribble, splash, sprinkle, trickle
little
coloquial smidgen, tad
ANTÓNIMOS

lashings

2‘you came up that last bit at a fair lick’

SINÓNIMOS
speed, rate, pace, tempo, velocity, momentum
coloquial clip