Definition of 'suck'
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Somehow we suck all the good out of them. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You have just got to suck it up and get on with it. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She just had to suck it up. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Switch on the vacuum cleaner and place the hose on the valve to suck the air out of the bag. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It was a great reminder of how a really good movie can suck you in and make you forget minor woes. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Or learning to suck something, anyway. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'suck'
British English: suck /sʌk/ VERB
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.
You may prefer to give her a dummy to suck instead.
They waited in silence and sucked their sweets.
- American English: suck
- Arabic: يَرْضَع
- Brazilian Portuguese: sugar
- Chinese: 吮吸
- Croatian: sisati
- Czech: sát
- Danish: sutte
- Dutch: zuigen
- European Spanish: chupar
- Finnish: imeä
- French: sucer
- German: saugen
- Greek: ρουφώ
- Italian: succhiare
- Japanese: 吸う
- Korean: 입으로 빨다
- Norwegian: suge
- Polish: possać
- European Portuguese: sugar
- Romanian: a suge
- Russian: сосать
- Spanish: chupar
- Swedish: suga
- Thai: ดูด
- Turkish: emmek
- Ukrainian: смоктати
- Vietnamese: mút
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