flick-pass

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flick-pass
 
n
1.  rugby a movement in which the ball is passed quickly to another player by flicking it out of the hand; often performed with only one hand
2.  hockey, ice hockey an instance of passing the puck using a short backhand movement, esp over the stick of a defender
3.  (Austral) an instance of passing of undesirable or unwanted duties, responsibility, etc, to someone else
 
vb
4.  rugby, hockey, ice hockey to pass (a ball or puck) quickly with a flick-pass
5.  (Austral) to pass (undesirable or unwanted duties, responsibility, etc) to someone else

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