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  • 1 Knick Knack — Données clés Titre original Knick Knack Réalisation John Lasseter Scénario John Lasseter Sociétés de production Pixar Pays d’origine …

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  • 2 knick-knack — also knickknack, 1570s, reduplication of KNACK (Cf. knack) stratagem, trick …

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  • 3 knick-knack — (also nick nack) ► NOUN ▪ a small worthless object, especially an ornament. ORIGIN originally in the sense «a petty trick»: reduplication of KNACK(Cf. ↑knack) …

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  • 4 Knick Knack — (La Destreza de Knick en Latinoamérica) es un cortometraje animado de Pixar producido en 1989. Argumento Un muñeco de nieve, atrapado dentro de una bola de cristal navideña, ve un día a una hermosa, voluptuosa y exótica muñequita, de ahí en… …

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  • 5 knick-knack — [ˈnık næk] n a small object used as a decoration = ↑ornament ▪ They had various knick knacks on the top of the bookcase …

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  • 6 knick|knack|er|y — «NIHK NAK uhr ee», noun, plural er|ies. 1. knickknacks collectively. 2. = knickknack. (Cf. ↑knickknack) …

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  • 7 knick|knack — «NIHK NAK», noun. a pleasing trifle; ornament; trinket: »The old lady surrounded herself with knicknacks. SYNONYM(S): gimcrack, kickshaw. Also, nicknack. ╂[varied reduplication of knack1 a trick] …

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  • 8 Knick Knack — This article is the Pixar short Knick Knack. For the James Bond henchman see: Nick Nack .Infobox Film name = Knick Knack caption = Star of the film imdb rating = imdb id = 0097674 producer = John Lasseter director = John Lasseter writer = John… …

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  • 9 Knick Knack — Filmdaten Originaltitel Knick Knack Produktionsland Vereinigte Staaten …

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  • 10 knick-knack — UK [ˈnɪk ˌnæk] / US [ˈnɪkˌnæk] noun [countable] Word forms knick knack : singular knick knack plural knick knacks a small cheap object used as a decoration …

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  • 11 knick-knack — n. 1 a useless and usu. worthless ornament; a trinket. 2 a small, dainty article of furniture, dress, etc. Derivatives: knick knackery n. knick knackish adj. Etymology: redupl. of knack in obs. sense trinket …

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  • 12 knick-knack — (also nick nack) noun a small worthless object, especially an ornament. Derivatives knick knackery noun Origin C16 (in the sense a petty trick ): reduplication of knack …

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  • 13 knick-knack — noun (C) a small object used as a decoration: They had various knick knacks on the top of the bookcase …

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  • 14 knick-knack — n. Toy, trifle, plaything, gimcrack, gewgaw, bawble, knack, jiggumbob (comic) …

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  • 15 knick-knack — /ˈnɪk næk / (say nik nak) noun 1. a pleasing trinket or gimcrack. 2. a bit of bric a brac. Also, nick nack. {reduplication of knack} …

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  • 16 knick-knack — noun A small ornament of minor value. Syn: trinket, tchotchke …

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  • 17 knick knack —   …

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  • 18 knick knack — small item (often decorative), trinket …

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  • 19 knick·knack — /ˈnıkˌnæk/ noun, pl knacks [count] : a small object used for decoration The shelves were filled with knickknacks …

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  • 20 Knick Knack (disambiguation) — Knick Knack (or Nick Nack) may refer to: Knick Knack, a computer animated Pixar short film This Old Man, a nursery rhyme that repeats the line Nick Nack Paddy Whack in each verse Nick Nack, a James Bond villain This disambiguation page lists… …

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