(UK Und.) to look at, to see.
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|Chequers 78: I dicked a bar and a pash-crooner (I saw a sovereign and a half-crown).|
|Pall Mall Gaz. 4 July 3/2: ’Ere’s a tec. D’yer dick his goggles and ’is blanky daisies.|
(Ulster) to keep a lookout.
|Confessions of Proinsias O’Toole 4: Punchy Coyne and a couple of nippers to keep dick.|