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.
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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