Synonyms of 'suck'
They waited in silence and sucked their drinks through straws.
The air is sucked out by a high-powered fan.
Phrasal verbssuck someone in or into something
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To draw something such as water or energy from a particular source means to take it from that source.
They still have to draw their water from wells.
When you drink a liquid, you take it into your mouth and swallow it.
He drank his cup of tea.
Thesaurus for suck from the Collins English Thesaurus
If you suck something, you hold it in your mouth and pull at it with the muscles in your cheeks and tongue, for example in order to get liquid out of it.