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Common British slang for "stolen".

See also: pinched, taxed, half-inched, lifted, knocked off, 'fell off the back of a lorry'.
"The band's clothes look like they were nicked from the local Oxfam's reject pile."
by Nupe January 06, 2004
To rob or steal something or to be arrested by the metropolitan police force
" I got nicked last night for robbin 6 offy's in a mad offy grab frenzy "
by John Gaskell October 04, 2005
To consume copius amounts of alcohol in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, usually at the base of the 'Big Nickel', a popular tourist attraction for the province. The term has grown beyond drinking at this specific location to just drinking in the greater Sudbury area.
Example 1: Krista, I got totally nicked last night. Man, I'm never going back to Sudbury again.

Example 2: Bro, you gettin' nicked this weekend? You know it! I had a hard week of school and now I've got my 40oz in hand.

Example 3: Hey, we gonna get nicked tonight? What else do we have going on in this city? For real. I took a bottle of Ouzo from my moms so we gonna get nicked proper.
by Poppa Andrew October 28, 2009
To be make an effort and get absolutely barred
LOL Nick just got nicked by Tori how embarrassing
by gregeth August 28, 2010
to wear nothing but a sock
Did you see that nude old man out side last night? good thing he was nicked
by bexular May 22, 2011
to royally screw something up.
"he really Nicked it this time."
by velcro bandito August 26, 2008
simple past of acting like a nick. the simple past of cannibalizing the bodies of younger children. to become a ridiculous part of a child's previously bright future.
Dayyym, Jaycee Lee Dugard got nicked!

I nicked that girl last night at the big brothers big sisters ice cream social.

I have every intention of nicking him raw.

That cougar nicked me all over.
by Penny Tujizzalot October 04, 2009