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suck British & World English

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

suck English Thesaurus

they sucked mint juleps through straws

suck up British & World English

Behave obsequiously, especially for one’s own advantage

suck-up British & World English

A person who behaves obsequiously, especially for their own advantage

give suck British & World English

Give milk from the breast or teat; suckle

time suck British & World English

An inefficient or unproductive activity, process, etc.; a waste of time

suck it up British & World English

Accept something unpleasant or difficult

go suck an egg British & World English

Used as an expression of anger or scorn

suck someone dry British & World English

Exhaust someone’s physical, material, or emotional resources

suck it and see British & World English

Used to suggest that the only way to know if something will work or be suitable is to try it

suck someone in British & World English

Cheat or deceive someone

suck someone off British & World English

Perform fellatio on someone

suck up in suck British & World English

Behave obsequiously, especially for one’s own advantage

give suck in suck British & World English

Give milk from the breast or teat; suckle

teach one's grandmother to suck eggs British & World English

Presume to advise a more experienced person

suck someone dry in suck British & World English

Exhaust someone’s physical, material, or emotional resources

suck it up in suck British & World English

Accept something unpleasant or difficult

suck someone in in suck British & World English

Cheat or deceive someone

suck someone off in suck British & World English

Perform fellatio on someone

suck dry in suck English Thesaurus

the country has been sucked dry by state bribery and gangland criminality

suck up in suck English Thesaurus

they suck up to him, hanging on to his every word

go suck an egg in egg1 British & World English

Used as an expression of anger or scorn

suck it and see in suck British & World English

Used to suggest that the only way to know if something will work or be suitable is to try it

teach one's grandmother to suck eggs in grandmother British & World English

Presume to advise a more experienced person