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Meanings of Suck-up-to-someone:

phrasal verb

To try to win the approval and good opinion of someone in authority

Usage examples:

She’s always sucking up to the boss, telling him how wonderful he is.

Sucked

sʌk

Meanings of Sucked:

verb

Draw into the mouth by contracting the muscles of the lips and mouth to make a partial vacuum.

Usage examples:

They suck mint juleps through straws
noun

An act of sucking something.

Usage examples:

The fish draws the bait into its mouth with a strong suck
exclamation

Used to express derision and defiance.

Usage examples:

sucks to them!

Meanings of Sucker:

noun

A gullible or easily deceived person.

Usage examples:

If suckers will actually pay to do the work, more fool them
verb

Fool or trick (someone).

Usage examples:

They got suckered into accepting responsibility

Meanings of Suckered:

verb

Fool or trick (someone).

Usage examples:

They got suckered into accepting responsibility
noun

A gullible or easily deceived person.

Usage examples:

If suckers will actually pay to do the work, more fool them
phrasal verb

To persuade someone to do something by deceiving them

Usage examples:

[ + -ing verb ] we were suckered into doing the job for free.

Meanings of Suckerfish:

noun

Another term for remora.

Meanings of Suckerfishes:

noun

Another term for remora.

Meanings of Suckering:

verb

Fool or trick (someone).

Usage examples:

They got suckered into accepting responsibility
noun

A gullible or easily deceived person.

Usage examples:

If suckers will actually pay to do the work, more fool them
phrasal verb

To persuade someone to do something by deceiving them

Usage examples:

[ + -ing verb ] we were suckered into doing the job for free.

Suckers

ˈsʌk.ər

Meanings of Suckers:

noun

A gullible or easily deceived person.

Usage examples:

If suckers will actually pay to do the work, more fool them
verb

A flat or concave organ enabling an animal to cling to a surface by suction.

Usage examples:

They attach themselves to fish by means of a sucker

Suckhole

sʌkhəʊl

Meanings of Suckhole:

noun

A whirlpool.

Usage examples:

I was thoroughly convinced that i was living in a suckhole devoid of any culture and/or fun.
verb

Behave in a sycophantic way towards someone.

Usage examples:

He needs to quit suckholing to the business community

Meanings of Sucking:

adjective

(of a child or animal) not yet weaned.

Usage examples:

Sucking piglets suffer from incoordination
verb

Draw into the mouth by contracting the muscles of the lips and mouth to make a partial vacuum.

Usage examples:

They suck mint juleps through straws

Meanings of Sucking-up:

phrasal verb

To try to win the approval and good opinion of someone in authority

Usage examples:

She’s always sucking up to the boss, telling him how wonderful he is.

Meanings of Suckle:

verb

Feed (a baby or young animal) from the breast or teat.

Usage examples:

A mother pig was suckling a huge litter

Meanings of Suckled:

verb

Feed (a baby or young animal) from the breast or teat.

Usage examples:

A mother pig was suckling a huge litter

Suckler

ˈsʌklə

Meanings of Suckler:

noun

An unweaned animal, especially a calf.

Usage examples:

Slow sucklers need longer feeds; when schedulers restrict this time, the slower-feeding baby is out…

Meanings of Sucklers:

noun

An unweaned animal, especially a calf.

Usage examples:

Slow sucklers need longer feeds; when schedulers restrict this time, the slower-feeding baby is out…

Suckles

ˈsʌk.əl

Meanings of Suckles:

verb

Feed (a baby or young animal) from the breast or teat.

Usage examples:

A mother pig was suckling a huge litter

Meanings of Suckling:

noun

An unweaned child or animal.

Usage examples:

Roast suckling pig
verb

Feed (a baby or young animal) from the breast or teat.

Usage examples:

A mother pig was suckling a huge litter

Sucklings

ˈsʌklɪŋ

Meanings of Sucklings:

noun

An unweaned child or animal.

Usage examples:

Roast suckling pig
idiom

Said when a child says something that surprises you because it seems very wise

Sucks

sʌk

Meanings of Sucks:

verb

Draw into the mouth by contracting the muscles of the lips and mouth to make a partial vacuum.

Usage examples:

They suck mint juleps through straws
noun

An act of sucking something.

Usage examples:

The fish draws the bait into its mouth with a strong suck
exclamation

Used to express derision and defiance.

Usage examples:

sucks to them!

Sucky

ˈsʌk.i

Meanings of Sucky:

adjective

Very bad or unpleasant

Usage examples:

Sorry to hear you're having such a sucky time., running was a huge part of his life, so it's pretty…

Sucrase

ˈsuːkreɪz

Meanings of Sucrase:

noun

Another term for invertase.

Meanings of Sucrases:

noun

An enzyme (= a substance in the body that makes chemical reactions happen) found in the intestines that breaks down sucrose to fructose and glucose

Meanings of Sucre:

noun

The basic monetary unit of ecuador until 2000, equal to 100 centavos.

Usage examples:

Ecuador abandoned the sucre for the u.s. dollar last year.
proper noun

The legal capital and seat of the judiciary of bolivia; population 274,576 (2009). it is situated in the andes, at an altitude of 2,700 m (8,860 ft). named chuquisaca by the spanish in 1539, the city was renamed in 1825 in honour of antonio josé de sucre.

Sucres

ˈsuːkreɪ

Meanings of Sucres:

noun

The basic monetary unit of ecuador until 2000, equal to 100 centavos.

Usage examples:

Ecuador abandoned the sucre for the u.s. dollar last year.
proper noun

The legal capital and seat of the judiciary of bolivia; population 274,576 (2009). it is situated in the andes, at an altitude of 2,700 m (8,860 ft). named chuquisaca by the spanish in 1539, the city was renamed in 1825 in honour of antonio josé de sucre.

Meanings of Sucriers:

noun

A sugar bowl, typically one made of porcelain and with a cover.

Usage examples:

The gilding is good with just a little wear, mainly to the top rim of the sucrier where the lid sits.

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