Slick is defined as to smooth or make glossy.(verb)
An example of to slick is using hair grease to create a pompadour style.
The definition of slick is something glossy, smooth, slippery or oily.(adjective)
An example of slick is an asphalt road just after the first rain of the season.
See slick in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME slikien < OE slician, to make smooth, akin to ON slikr, smooth < IE *(s)leig-, slimy, to smooth, glide < base *(s)lei-: see slide
Origin: ME slike < the v.
See slick in American Heritage Dictionary 4
adjective slick·er, slick·est
Origin: Middle English slike
Origin: , from Old English *slice; see lei- in Indo-European roots
Origin: . V., Middle English sliken
Origin: , from Late Old English -slīcian, -slȳcian (in nīgslȳcod, freshly smoothed).
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