Vic


Also found in: Acronyms, Idioms, Wikipedia.

Vic.

1. Vicar.
2. Vicarage.
3. Victoria.
References in classic literature ?
I'll tell you what, Vic," she added as she smoothed out her apron and put it on again, "for some reason or other you've missed your guess.
Run along, Vic, and bother some one else," advised Scraps.
Vic, who had a street in Ashington named after him following United's third FA Cup victory in five years, remained a hugely popular figure on his many trips back to Tyneside.
The purpose of the contract is the provision of the cleaning service of the public education centers of the city of vic and the buildings, Equipment and municipal facilities of the city council of vic that are listed in the particular administrative clauses that govern the contract and according to the detail indicated in the technical specifications that also govern the contract.
After honing his thespic teeth onstage at the Ateneo, Vic was cast in the early films of fellow Atenean Lamberto V.
Jim Moir, aka Vic Reeves, called the show Vic Reeves' Variety Palladium and solicitor Bob Mortimer was one of those who went along to see the comedy offering at the Goldsmith's Tavern in London.
Vic Young is working closely with tutors from Berufskolleg Werther Brucke to ensure the work the students are undertaking will complement their academic studies in Germany, as well as give them experience of working in England.
Although the reader can assume that the event might be, in fact, the murder, even that is not certain as Vic never mentions it specifically.
Vic couldn't, for safety reasons, turn his crane off immediately.
The double act, known as Vic and Bob, had to delay their 25th anniversary tour in October so Bob, 56, could have an operation after his arteries were found to be 95% blocked.
Thanks to Bonko TV, millions of new viewers will be able to tune in every week to hear Vic do what he does best.
If details aren't forthcoming, Pauleen nevertheless shared how Vic proposed to her.