a card, or group of cards, that will probably win the first or second trick in a suit, regardless of who plays it or at what declaration.
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Why Do We Say “Trick or Treat”?It's many kids' favorite part of Halloween. There’s no feeling quite like waiting for a stranger to open their door so you can scream the words "Trick or treat"! But, why do we say it? What does it actually mean?
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- quick study,
- quick time,
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- quick-change artist,
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Origin of quick trick
First recorded in 1925–30
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bridge a high card almost certain to win a trick, usually an ace or a king: the unit in one of the systems of hand valuation
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