fliek, noun

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Afrikaans, EnglishShow more Afrikaans, adaptation of English flick.
A film, particularly an Afrikaans film. Also attributive. See also bioscope sense 1 a.
1982 Sunday Times 11 Apr. (Mag. Sect.) 1The happy-go-lucky barefoot kid..staying at home for a braai and the flieks grew up into an international rugby player.
1985 Sunday Times 10 Mar. (Lifestyle) 3This is not Evita’s first fliek. She starred in Baggel en die Akkedis in 1956.
1990 R. Daniel in Weekend Mail 5 Oct. 13Agter Elke Man ‘die fliek’..is but a pale shadow of its boxed-in predecessor.
A film, particularly an Afrikaans film. Also attributive.
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