prik

I
prik
1. prik sb., -ken, -ker, -kerne (punkt; lille plet); til punkt og prikke
II
prik
2. prik sb., -ket, prik, -kene (det at prikke)

Dansk ordbog. 2015.

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  • prick — [prɪk] verb [T] I to make a very small hole in the surface of something with a sharp object • prick (up) your ears to start listening to something very carefully because it sounds interesting[/ex] II noun [C] prick [prɪk] a quick feeling of sharp …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • prickle — [ˈprɪk(ə)l] verb [I/T] I if your skin prickles, or if something prickles it, you feel as if something sharp is touching it II noun [C] prickle [ˈprɪk(ə)l] 1) an uncomfortable stinging feeling on your skin 2) a sharp pointed part on a plant or… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • prick — /prɪk / (say prik) noun 1. a puncture made by a needle, thorn, or the like. 2. the act of pricking: the prick of a needle. 3. the state or sensation of being pricked. 4. Colloquial (taboo) a. the penis. b. an unpleasant or despicable person. 5.… …   Australian English dictionary

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