Flick-pass



noun
1.
(rugby) a movement in which the ball is passed quickly to another player by flicking it out of the hand; often performed with only one hand
2.
(hockey, hockey:Ice) an instance of passing the puck using a short backhand movement, esp over the stick of a defender
3.
(Austral) an instance of passing of undesirable or unwanted duties, responsibility, etc, to someone else
verb (transitive)
4.
(rugby, hockey, hockey:Ice) to pass (a ball or puck) quickly with a flick-pass
5.
(Austral) to pass (undesirable or unwanted duties, responsibility, etc) to someone else

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