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nip         

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      vb   , nips, nipping, nipped   mainly tr  
1    to catch or tightly compress, as between a finger and the thumb; pinch  
2    often foll by: off   to remove by clipping, biting, etc.  
3    when intr, often foll by: at   to give a small sharp bite (to)  
the dog nipped at his heels     
4    (esp. of the cold) to affect with a stinging sensation  
5    to harm through cold  
the frost nipped the young plants     
6    to check or destroy the growth of (esp. in the phrase nip in the bud)  
7    Slang   to steal  
8    intr; foll by: along, up, out, etc.     (Brit)  
informal   to hurry; dart  
9    Slang     (chiefly U.S. and Canadian)   to snatch  
      n  
10    the act of nipping; a pinch, snip, etc.  
11   
a    a frosty or chilly quality  
b    severe frost or cold  
the first nip of winter     
12    a small piece or quantity  
he went out for a nip of fresh air     
13    a sharp flavour or tang  
14    Archaic   a taunting remark  
15    nip and tuck  
a      (Chiefly U.S. and Canadian)   neck and neck  
b    Informal   plastic surgery performed for cosmetic reasons  
16    put the nips in     (Austral. and N.Z.)  
slang   to exert pressure on someone, esp. in order to extort money  
     (C14: of Scandinavian origin; compare Old Norse hnippa to prod)  
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nip          [2]  
      n  
1    a small drink of spirits; dram  
2      (Chiefly Brit)   a measure of spirits usually equal to one sixth of a gill  
      vb   , nips, nipping, nipped  
3    to drink (spirits), esp. habitually in small amounts  
     (C18: shortened from nipperkin a vessel holding a half-pint or less, of uncertain origin; compare Dutch nippen to sip)  

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Nip         
      n  
Slang      a derogatory word for a       Japanese  
     (C20: short for Nipponese)  


nip   [1]  
      vb   , nips, nipping, nipped   mainly tr  
1    to catch or tightly compress, as between a finger and the thumb; pinch  
2    often foll by: off   to remove by clipping, biting, etc.  
3    when intr, often foll by: at   to give a small sharp bite (to)  
the dog nipped at his heels     
4    (esp. of the cold) to affect with a stinging sensation  
5    to harm through cold  
the frost nipped the young plants     
6    to check or destroy the growth of (esp. in the phrase nip in the bud)  
7    Slang   to steal  
8    intr; foll by: along, up, out, etc.     (Brit)  
informal   to hurry; dart  
9    Slang     (chiefly U.S. and Canadian)   to snatch  
      n  
10    the act of nipping; a pinch, snip, etc.  
11   
a    a frosty or chilly quality  
b    severe frost or cold  
the first nip of winter     
12    a small piece or quantity  
he went out for a nip of fresh air     
13    a sharp flavour or tang  
14    Archaic   a taunting remark  
15    nip and tuck  
a      (Chiefly U.S. and Canadian)   neck and neck  
b    Informal   plastic surgery performed for cosmetic reasons  
16    put the nips in     (Austral. and N.Z.)  
slang   to exert pressure on someone, esp. in order to extort money  
     (C14: of Scandinavian origin; compare Old Norse hnippa to prod)  
nip   [2]  
      n  
1    a small drink of spirits; dram  
2      (Chiefly Brit)   a measure of spirits usually equal to one sixth of a gill  
      vb   , nips, nipping, nipped  
3    to drink (spirits), esp. habitually in small amounts  
     (C18: shortened from nipperkin a vessel holding a half-pint or less, of uncertain origin; compare Dutch nippen to sip)  

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nip         

[

1]  

      vb  
1    bite, catch, clip, compress, grip, nibble, pinch, snag, snap, snip, squeeze, tweak, twitch  
2    check, frustrate, thwart  

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nip          [2]  
      n   dram, draught, drop, finger, mouthful, peg     (Brit.)   portion, shot     (informal)   sip, snifter     (informal)   soupçon, sup, swallow, taste  

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