Automotive racing tires that have no tread pattern to maximize grip.
A good set of slicks are required if you want to get serious about drag racing
Sharp, wicked, something that has been done well.
PS3 is slick. (Chad Warden)
Slick is a term most commonly used in the South, In Atlanta
for example, and can be used as either an adverb or the answer to a question.
1.The use of this word can vary from "sort of" to "extremely/really" depending on how it is said or what the situation is.
**(this can often cause confusion through texting or answering a question that is too vague.)
"Damn, I drank way too much water. I slick gotta take a piss." (extremely)
"You and Nate have been hanging out a lot in the past 10 months, Are ya'll together yet?"
"Slick." (sort of)
"Did you finish your part of the project yet?"
noun: derisive term for a recruit, trainee, or new member to an organization who is untrained and not yet educated/adjusted to the organizations working practices or culture, one who continually embarrasses him/herself and others with ignorant and inappropriate behavior. Term is military in origin, short for "slick-sleeves" referring to an E-1 or lowest rank in the military (Airman Basic in USAF, Private in Army or Marine Corps), as these individuals have no stripes on their uniforms, hence "slick sleeves". Term is liberally used in basic training during the first week when a D.I. (drill instructor) has yet to learn the name of all recruits in his platoon/squadron.
(Drill Instructor): "Forward, March!"
(Drill Instructor): "NO, Slick, start on your OTHER left foot!"
To cheat or steal from someone
"Paul slicked my keys last night"
"Joe straight slicked me on those rolls"
A slang term for money, most commonly used to describe cash.
Before we hit the rub & tug, I need to stop at the ATM and pull out some slicks.
Living life in a constant flow of positive energy.
So smooth, ninja like, stealth
He moves so slick like. Almost like a ninja