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flic

 (flēk)
n. Slang
A police officer, especially in France.

[French.]

flic

(fliːk)
n
a French police officer

flic

(flɪk, flik)

n., pl. flics (fliks, flēks, flēk). Slang.
a French police officer; cop.
[1895–1900; < French (slang)]
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