Translation of suck in Spanish:
- 1.1(person)(liquid)(through a straw)(vacuum cleaner)to suck one's thumb to suck something up(liquid)aspirar algo(through a straw)the insect sucks up the nectarsorber algothe roots suck (up) moisture out of o from the soilel insecto chupa or succiona el néctarthe fan sucks smells out of the kitchenlas raíces absorben la humedad de la tierrato suck somebody dryel ventilador extrae los olores de la cocinaexprimir a alguien [colloquial]Example sentences1.2 (pull, draw) (+ adverb complement) we don't want to be sucked into a senseless war
she was sucked down o under by the currentno queremos ser arrastrados a una guerra sin sentidola corriente se la tragóExample sentences
- The pressure was immediately released from his mouth and he sucked in a gulp of air.
- Hesitantly, I sucked in the smoke drawn through the pipe, holding it in my lungs and feeling the warmth inside of me, before slowly letting it out.
- By the time the last rows have done their scraping, the beak is completely closed, leaving the algae trimmings to be sucked in during the next chomp.
- The lead car displaces the air, creating a vacuum to suck the trailing car along.
- Before she had a chance to recover, the craft hit another rock and split apart, and Miri was sucked under the surface.
- Air can be sucked out of the container, creating a vacuum, while the baby's head remains outside the ventilator.
- 1(person)(vacuum cleaner)to suck
atsomething(at lollipop/pipe)the baby was sucking at his mother's breastchupar algoto suckel bebé estaba mamando onsomething(on pipe/pen)a sucking noisechupar algoun ruido de ventosaExample sentences
- Factors as diverse as skeletal muscle pathology and sucking a digit (thumb or finger) can substantially influence the growth of the face and dentition.
- You place them between your gum and cheek and suck them slowly.
- I mean if she had a lollipop in her mouth and started sucking her teeth, I would have thought she was Glamour Girl Sue.
- 1.1 (draw in)
- [vulgar] verb + object + adverb
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