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tuck British & World English

Push, fold, or turn (the edges or ends of something, especially a garment or bedclothes) so as to hide or secure them

tuck in in tuck British & World English

Eat food heartily

tuck in British & World English

Eat food heartily

tuck-in British & World English

A large meal

tuck-point British & World English

Point (brickwork) with coloured mortar so as to have a narrow groove which is filled with fine white lime putty allowed to project slightly

tummy tuck British & World English

A surgical operation to remove excess flesh from the abdomen, for cosmetic purposes

nip and tuck British & World English

Neck and neck; closely contested

tuck something away in tuck British & World English

Store something in a secure place

be tucked away in tuck British & World English

Be located in an inconspicuous or concealed place

tuck something away British & World English

Store something in a secure place

tuck someone in/up in tuck British & World English

Make someone, especially a child, comfortable in bed by pulling the edges of the bedclothes firmly under the mattress

be tucked away in tuck something away British & World English

Be located in an inconspicuous or concealed place

pintuck British & World English

A very narrow ornamental tuck in a garment

tuck position in tuck British & World English

(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

tuck English Thesaurus

he tucked his shirt into his trousers

tuck English-Spanish

jareta f, alforza fCS, pliegue m

tuck-in English-Spanish

atracón mfamiliar/colloquial

tuck shop English-Spanish

tiendaen una escuela

tuck in English-Spanish

ponerse* a comer, atacar* familiar/colloquial

tuck up English-Spanish

to tuck sb up (in bed)

tuck away English-Spanish

zamparse familiar/colloquial, pulirse familiar/colloquial, mandarse AmLfamiliar/colloquial

tuck into English-Spanish

ponerse* a comer, atacar* familiar/colloquial

tuck your shirt in in tuck English-Spanish

métete la camisa por dentro (de los pantalones)

tuck the sheets in in tuck English-Spanish

mete las puntas de las sábanas debajo del colchón

tuck your shirt in in tuck in English-Spanish

métete la camisa por dentro (de los pantalones)

tuck the sheets in in tuck in English-Spanish

mete las puntas de las sábanas debajo del colchón

to tuck sb up (in bed) in tuck English-Spanish

arropar a algn (en la cama)

to tuck sb up (in bed) in tuck up English-Spanish

arropar a algn (en la cama)