Tick - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a mark indicating that something has been noted or completed etc. (syn: check)
- a light mattress
I could hear the clock tick .
His old heart is still ticking.
Tick the box next to your choice.
Tick off the names of the members as they vote.
Put a tick in the box if you agree with this statement.
I'll be with you in a tick (=soon).
It'll only take two ticks.
The old clock ticked noisily.
Tick the description that best fits you.
Just tick the box on your order form.
The clock ticked away
I've never really understood what makes her tick.
Mrs Watts will tick you off if you're late again.
As you finish each task, tick it off.
present participle: ticking
past tense: ticked
past participle: ticked
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