Definition of "slicks" [slicks]

  • Plural form of slick. (noun)

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Use "slicks" in a sentence
  • "At the restart, the field was still running wet weather "rain tires" and pit strategy - deciding when to change to dry weather "slicks" - became a key element in the outcome of the race."
  • "Quality road tyres usually have a heavy tread pattern, which make driving in the wet a far safer experience than if you were on tyres with limited tread or dry weather racing tyres called slicks, which have no tread whatsoever for maximum grip and traction."
  • "And the part i "didn't know about" two medivac birds "slicks" had been shot down, all members of the crews lost as well to get me out of those trees. 5 in each slick, 10 men had lost their lives trying to get me out of there. 10 for 1,, 10 families who lost loved ones so that one family could have their son back."