Definición de sucker in Inglés suckerPronunciación: /ˈsʌkə/Traducir sucker | al francés | al alemán | al italiano | al español noun 1a person or thing that sucks, in particular: a rubber cup that adheres to a surface by suction: a tape recorder was attached to the phone with a rubber sucker a flat or concave organ enabling an animal to cling to a surface by suction: they attach themselves to fish by means of a sucker the suckers run along each tentacle the piston of a suction pump. a pipe through which liquid is drawn by suction. 2 informal a gullible or easily deceived person: if suckers will actually pay to do the work, more fool them what’s needed is a sucker—sorry, brave volunteer—to test it out (a sucker for) a person especially susceptible to or fond of (a specified thing):I always was a sucker for a good fairy tale 3North American informal a thing or person not specified by name:he’s one strong sucker 4 Botany a shoot springing from the base of a tree or other plant, especially one arising from the root below ground level at some distance from the main stem or trunk. a side shoot from an axillary bud, as in tomato plants or maize. 5a freshwater fish with thick lips that are used to suck up food from the bottom, native to North America and Asia. Family Catostomidae: many genera and species 6North American informal a lollipop. verb 1 [no object] Botany (of a plant) produce suckers:it spread rapidly after being left undisturbed to sucker 2 [with object] North American informal fool or trick (someone):they got suckered into accepting responsibilitysucker en otros diccionarios Oxford Definición de sucker en el diccionario de Inglés de EE.UU.