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pic

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[ pik ]
/ pɪk /
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noun, plural pix [piks], /pɪks/, pics.Slang.
a movie.
a photograph.
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Also pix.

Origin of pic

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First recorded in 1880–85; by shortening from picture

Other definitions for pic (2 of 2)

pic2

or pique

[ peek ]
/ pik /

noun Piquet.
the scoring of 30 points in the declaration of hands and in the play before one's opponent scores a point.
the bonus of 30 points won for so scoring.
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Origin of pic

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<French: literally, prick
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British Dictionary definitions for pic

pic
/ (pɪk) /

noun plural pics or pix
informal a photograph, picture, or illustration

Word Origin for pic

C20: shortened from picture
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