lick

lick
v
1. tongue, (all with the tongue) touch lightly, kiss, brush, graze, pass over, lap.
2. lick off, wash, clean, preen, lick clean.
3. lick up, lap up, drink or drink up, suck in or up, take in or up, imbibe.
4.Informal. hit, beat, drub, thrash, Inf. wallop, Inf. whale; flog, lash, switch, birch, whip, strap, belt, spank, Inf. tan [s.o.'s] hide; thwack, Inf. whack, strike, slap, smack, knock or knock around; batter, pound, pummel; beat up, Sl. beat to a pulp, Sl. pulverize, Sl. beat or pound into the ground, Sl. beat the stuffing out of [s.o.], Sl. clobber, Sl. shellac, Sl. cream. See beat(def.1).
5.Informal. defeat, win over, triumph over, conquer, overpower, overwhelm, overthrow, upset; beat, trounce, rout, vanquish, worst, Sl. shellac; crush, trample, Sl. do in, do for; quash, put down, quell, subdue, break, master.
6.Informal. outdo, surpass, exceed, excel, do or go [s.o.] one better, top, best; win out over, place first, Sl. beat out, outstrip; transcend, overcome, surmount, prevail over, get the better of.
n
7.(all of the tongue) stroke, brush, light touch, graze, lap.
8.Informal. blow, stroke, box, thump, rap, cuff, buffet, Sl. bop, Inf. bat; hit, knock, thwack, Inf. whack, swat, slam, slap, smack. See bat(def.2).
9.Informal. speed, Inf. clip, pace, rate, rate of speed.
10.Informal. small amount, bit, dab, spot, trace, speck; mite, smidgen, Inf. smitch, iota, jot, whit, tittle, particle; snatch, scrap, shred, fragment, piece, morsel, crumb, grain, granule.

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  • Lick It Up — (1983) album de Kiss Publicación 18 de Septiembre de 1983 Grabación Julio Agosto de 1983 en Record Plant Recordig Studios, Nue …   Wikipedia Español

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