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Vic

1

[ vik ]

noun

  1. a male given name, form of Victor.


vic.

2

abbreviation for

  1. vicinity.

Vic.

3

abbreviation for

  1. Vicar.
  2. Vicarage.
  3. Victoria.

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Example Sentences

“Benedict Cumberbatch is a mate of mine, and we did a charity show at the Old Vic together,” said Redmayne.

“She knew how to work those old guys,” former congressman Vic Fazio says in the film.

He was also the president of Moonblood Pictures—named after his middle name--which put out Vic.

Colman, 37, attended Cambridge University before getting her formal acting training at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.

Will the new Tory/Liberal government in England and its austerity measures affect the budget of the Old Vic?

The Board hold that the guardians can, assuming the boy is in need of relief, carry out their proposal under 30 and 31 Vic.

Here, however, I made Vic interrupt in order to draw attention to myself.

Vic had once seen some of them himself when they came on a visit to the lower mountains.

If Vic was to be believed, I was the first white man to try that track, and I would not like to recommend it to any others.

Vic told me that there had been so much sickness in Florida Blanca that there was no quinine left in the place.

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