Slang of the Day
Today: Sun, 28 Aug 2016
Meaning: to arrest somebody
- Billy was caught speeding on his motorbike. It's his second offence, so if he gets nicked again he'll lose his licence.
- Our neighbours were nicked last night for selling illegal drugs. We used to see lots of people going in and out, but we had no idea they were dealing in drugs.
When Colin was on holiday in Spain, he was nicked by