艶艶, なめらかな, 艶々, 滑り易い
Noun(1) a slippery smoothness(2) a magazine printed on good quality paper(3) a film of oil or garbage floating on top of water(4) a trowel used to make a surface slick
Verb(1) make slick or smooth(2) give a smooth and glossy appearance
Adjective(1) made slick by e.g. ice or grease(2) superficially impressive, but lacking depth and attention to the true complexities of a subject(3) having only superficial plausibility(4) having a smooth, gleaming surface reflecting light(5) marked by skill in deception
(1) Don't be fooled by the slick advertising and deceptively impressive hardware and launch titles.(2) At supper she grinned at her stepfather, who triumphantly swept back his slick hair.(3) Few anime operations have developed the slick marketing skills necessary to take on the giants of U.S. entertainment.(4) Toy sellers say scenes of desperate dads fighting over limited edition action figures hyped by slick advertising campaigns have also been uncommon this year.(5) With his slick passing, perfect timing and ability to off-load in the tackle, he set up two of Jauzion's three tries.(6) Maria soon returned with her father, a burly man with a curled black mustache and slick hair.(7) In the bid to eliminate the estate tax, anti-repeal forces have used slick advertising, explicit falsehoods and deception.(8) When they spotted an oil/petrol slick , the area was marked.(9) From a corporate sense, this is a slick piece of work.(10) A Thai Navy helicopter was used to identify the extent of the oil spill and the direction that currents were carrying the slick .(11) The champions were a class apart in this contest, and the unfortunate Salthill had no answers to their power, their swift movement or their slick passing.(12) But this effort is based on action, not slick advertising.(13) The soup had the light, creamy texture of melted ice cream and left a pleasing slick of richness down the back of my throat.(14) Blot the whole lip area again and top with a slick of gloss.(15) It skidded across the slick surface and fell off the other side with a sickly thunk.(16) He was tall with black, slick hair and brown eyes.
(1) oil slick :: 油膜
1. efficient ::
2. glib ::
3. suave ::
4. shiny ::
5. slippery ::
6. foxy ::
7. pat ::
8. silky ::
9. slip ::
10. glossy ::
11. smooth ::
12. sleek down ::
13. sleek ::
Different Formsslick, slicked, slicker, slickers, slickest, slicking, slickly, slickness, slicks
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