[flik; French fleek] /flɪk; French flik/
noun, plural flics
[fliks; French fleek] /flɪks; French flik/ (Show IPA). Slang.
a police officer; cop.
A police officer: if the flic had the slightest suspicion
[fr French slang]
Functional Language Intermediate Code.
An intermediate language used in the Chalmers LML compiler.
[“FLIC – A Functional Language Intermediate Code”, S. Peyton Jones et al, RR 148, U Warwick, Sep 1989].
[flib-er-tee-jib-it] /ˈflɪb ər tiˌdʒɪb ɪt/ noun 1. a chattering or flighty, light-headed person. 2. Archaic. a gossip. /ˈflɪbətɪˌdʒɪbɪt/ noun 1. an irresponsible, silly, or gossipy person n. 1540s, “chattering gossip, flighty woman,” probably a nonsense word meant to sound like fast talking; as the name of a devil or fiend it dates from c.1600.
/ˈflɪbət/ noun 1. (Southwest English, dialect) a small piece or bit
/flib/ (WPI) A meta-number, said to be an integer between 3 and 4. See grix, N. (1995-01-31)
[flip] /flɪp/ adjective, flipper, flippest. Informal. 1. flippant; pert. /flɪp/ verb flips, flipping, flipped 1. to throw (something light or small) carelessly or briskly; toss: he flipped me an envelope 2. to throw or flick (an object such as a coin) so that it turns or spins in the air 3. to propel by a […]