Slang: Northwest England, Particularly Liverpool and surrounding areas.

A form of Credit, Hire Purchase.

Usually issued without prior credit check, by drug dealers etc.

Normally used to buy drugs without cash upfront.

(Possibly refers to names being ticked off a list?, though most people wouldn't have an actual written list)
"Do us tick mate?"

"Fuck off you prick"
by urban111 November 03, 2006
A person capable of being self-sufficiant that chooses to live off of the American welfare sytem, thus sucking the financial blood of the American taxpayer dry.
Half of the damn country. "She can afford a smart phone, a nice car, a tanning bed, to have her hair and nails done, but she needs an EBT card to buy candy and soda. What a tick!"
by Getajobassholes April 30, 2013
small bugs that get stuck on your skin
I walked through the field and got ticks all over me.
by Bellalovesyou July 10, 2008
Substitution for a wide range of cuss words.

Can be altered to: ticker or ticking.

Can also be used as an adjective, to describe someone or something you may dislike.
"What a stupid ticking tick!"

"You're such a ticking tick, you're ticking me off!"

"ya dumb tick"

"I hate this ticking teacher, he's so ticking boring"

In a situation where you have lost your car keys, some possible responses could be:
"Holy tick!" or "Ticker!"
by Jeppie&Pelsey May 14, 2009
A volunteer firefighter who hangs out at a paid fire station and wants to try to be one of the "career guys"
Man i wish these damn ticks would stop trying to ride the rigs they aint worth shit.
by fire 238 February 20, 2009
Playing time or time spent in the game when playing a sport
Chris is gonna get a lotta tick next season
by CrunchedUp7 February 11, 2009
A short form for "tickets"
Did you happen to get ticks for the game tonight?
by j-bone616161 October 19, 2007

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