Consider the following sentence:

"While waiting in the long line, Kate flicks through the pages of her passport."


'to flick through the pages of'

mean the same as

"... to leaf through the pages of (her passport)"


Probably – but we can't tell without more context.

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AlpheccaStarsflip through, not flick through

Both seem to be all right: https://dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/english/flick-through-sth


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