Definition of tuck-in in English:

tuck-in

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noun

British informal , dated
A large meal: your mother had a great tuck-in for us
More example sentences
  • Today after 6 nocturnal tuck-ins I am fractious, volatile and ready to cry.
  • But when Damon and I were talking, I had asked him, 'How did the tuck-in go?'
  • I can't tell you how many nights, after a tuck-in, I've asked, ‘Honey, what's really going on with you?’ then talked till 2: 00 A.M.

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