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  1. tuck

    • IPA[tʌk]

    英式

    • v.
      push, fold, or turn (the edges or ends of something, especially a garment or bedclothes) so as to hide or secure them;draw (something, especially part of one's body) together into a small space
    • n.
      a flattened, stitched fold in a garment or material, typically one of several parallel folds put in a garment for shortening, tightening, or decoration;a surgical operation to reduce surplus flesh or fat
    • verb: tuck, 3rd person present: tucks, gerund or present participle: tucking, past tense: tucked, past participle: tucked

    • noun: tuck, plural noun: tucks

    • 釋義
    • 片語

    動詞

    • 1. push, fold, or turn (the edges or ends of something, especially a garment or bedclothes) so as to hide or secure them he tucked his shirt into his trousers 同義詞 push, ease, insert, slip, thrust, ... 更多反義詞 take out, pull out
    • draw (something, especially part of one's body) together into a small space she tucked her legs under her
    • put or keep (something) in a specified place so as to be hidden, secure, comfortable, or tidy the colonel was coming toward her, his gun tucked under his arm she tucked her arm into his 同義詞 hide, conceal, secrete, store, stow, ... 更多
    • 2. make a flattened, stitched fold in (a garment or material), typically so as to shorten or tighten it, or for decoration the suit was pinned and tucked all over 同義詞 pleat, gather, fold, ruffle

    名詞

    • 1. a flattened, stitched fold in a garment or material, typically one of several parallel folds put in a garment for shortening, tightening, or decoration a dress with tucks along the bodice 同義詞 pleat, gather, fold, ruffle
    • informal a surgical operation to reduce surplus flesh or fat a tummy tuck
    • 2. British informal, dated food eaten by children at school as a snack our parents provided us with a bit of money to buy tuck with they send me a tuck box every month 同義詞 food, informaleats, grub, nosh, chow, ... 更多
    • 3. (in diving, gymnastics, downhill skiing, etc.) a position with the knees bent and held close to the chest, often with the hands clasped round the shins Lenzi nailed a reverse 3–1/2 somersault tuck on his final dive