n. A girl.

Chick is not necessarily derogatory, however many women find it offensive because of its flippant nature.
Did you see that chick? She waved at me.
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n. girl, woman
Actually a non-derogatory slang term for the word girl. This word was probably a spanglish derivative from the spanish word "chica" meaning, of all things, girl.
Hey man, these computer show chicks are hot!
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Just another slang for girl or woman.
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A loose term used to describe a girl, usually a cute girl. Rarely ever used to describe a baby chicken. A baby chicken is just... a baby chicken. So, Chick=(cute)girl.
Brad:Angelina's is such a nice chick
Matt: You already have a cute chick.

Chad:Cute chicks, man!
George:Are you talking about the baby chickens or that girl over there?
Chad:The chickens
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"I met this one chick the other night....man she was ugly!"
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A casual slang term for a human female, usually but not always a youngish one. A "chick" could be 80 years old, but such usage is rare.

- adjective

1. Exhibiting feminine traits, or directed toward females.
2. Indicating a female person.

"Chick" is similar to "dude" or "guy" for males in that it is rather casual but completely devoid of judgment or derision. Unless spoken in a negative tone, offense only occurs when someone mistakenly believes the term to be derogatory.

Likely comes from British slang in which a female may be referred to as a "bird" (a chick being a baby bird), and likely evolved along with the slang term for a male, "cat," as cats chase birds.
Half of my best friends are chicks.
My awesome dog is a total chick magnet.

1. The movie Steel Magnolias is definitely a chick flick.
2. I seem to open up more to a chick psychologist.
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