English version

hick

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhickhick /hɪk/ noun [countable] American English informal  INSULTsomeone who lives in the countryside, and is thought to be uneducated or stupidhick adjective hick towns
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hickMy companions start talking in Arabic again and I have the depressing sense of being a hick tourist fallen among real travellers.Just a hick town, I guess.Though he found it convenient to pretend otherwise, the man was no hick care-taker.You were quite good, playing up to the hicks.The whole hick aspect and the nasty women would pass into nothingness as they had passed into silence.
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