1. in a PICKWICKIAN sense не в буквалния/пълния смисъл, на шега
2. добродушен, щедър
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{pik'wikiъn} a 1. in a Pickwickian sense не в буквалния/пълния смис
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1. in a pickwickian sense не в буквалния/пълния смисъл, на шега 2. добродушен, щедър
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Pickwickian[pik´wikiən] adj като Пикуик; in a \Pickwickian sense шег. не в пълния смисъл на думата, на шега (за обидна дума).

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