Synonyms of slick in English:

slick


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adjective

1‘a slick advertising campaign’

SYNONYMS
efficient, smooth, smooth-running, polished, well organized, well run, streamlined
skilful, deft, adroit, dexterous, masterly, professional, clever, smart, sharp, shrewd
ANTONYMS

amateurish, clumsy, inexpert

2‘his slick use of the written word’

SYNONYMS
glib, smooth, fluent, plausible, neat, pat, superficial
disingenuous, insincere, specious, meretricious, shallow
ANTONYMS

profound, thoughtful

3‘the slick manager of the Berkeley Chase Hotel’

SYNONYMS
suave, urbane, sophisticated, polished, assured, self-assured, smooth-talking, smooth-spoken, smooth-tongued, silver-tongued, glib, media-savvy
unctuous, oily, ingratiating
informal smarmy
ANTONYMS

unsophisticated, gauche

4‘her slick brown hair’

SYNONYMS
shiny, glossy, shining, sleek, smooth, silky, silken
oiled, plastered down, Brylcreemed

5‘the pavements were slick with rain’

SYNONYMS
slippery, slithery, wet, greasy, oily, icy, glassy, smooth
informal slippy, skiddy
rare lubricious
ANTONYMS

dry, rough


verb

1‘his black hair was slicked down’

SYNONYMS
smooth, sleek, flatten
plaster, grease, oil, gel
informal smarm