Scottish slang for effort, speed or enthusiasm
Did you see him running after that bus? He was giving it big licks!
word of the day: June 07, 2006
any instance when you come upon easy money, whether you jack
it, or barter for it
I can't right now, let me just hit a lick
and ill get you your money.
Lick means to hit, usually to slap. Also associated with being whipped.
She busted her man out on cheatin and he caught 3 licks in front of everybody
a noun, slang for robberies
I rented a piece (firearm) for the licks.
1. To put your tounge on someone or something.
2. To beat someone up
1. Don't lick that, you don't know where it's been!
2. I'll give you a lickin' after school!
Stealing from someone.
DAWG!Im bout to hit a lick on them 24in spinners!
abbreviation for liquor
"Yo, we gotta go get some licks for tonight"
A short phrase in music; most commonly used by jazz or rock musicians.
The lick that saxophonist played was awesome!