Suck meaning

sŭk
To draw a liquid into the mouth through or from.

A baby sucking a bottle.

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Suck is defined as to draw in by suction.

An example of suck is what many babies do with their thumbs.

An example of suck is what a vacuum cleaner does when it picks up dirt off of the rug.

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To draw (liquid) into the mouth by movements of the tongue and lips that create suction.
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To hold, moisten, or maneuver (a sweet, for example) in the mouth, especially in creating suction.
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To draw in by establishing a partial vacuum.

A cleaning device that sucks up dirt; sucked air into his lungs.

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To draw in a current in a fluid.

Debris that got sucked into the drain.

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To caused to be involved or engaged in something.

Teenagers who are sucked into a life of crime.

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To move the tongue and lips to create suction.

Sucked on a straw.

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To draw something in by suction.

The pump started to suck.

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To draw nourishment from a breast or teat; suckle.
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To make a sound caused by suction.
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To be highly unpleasant or disagreeable.

This job sucks.

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To be of poor or inferior quality.

The acting in that movie sucked.

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To be inept.

I suck at math.

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The act or sound of sucking.

Gave the straw a suck.

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Suction.
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To suck liquid from (a breast, fruit, etc.)
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To place (the thumb, a pencil, etc.) in the mouth and draw on as if sucking.
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To bring into a specified state by sucking.

To suck an orange dry.

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To draw (liquid) into the mouth by creating a vacuum or partial vacuum with the lips, cheeks, and tongue.
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To draw up (water, oil, etc.) by the action of a pump.
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To draw in water, air, etc. by creating a partial vacuum.
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To suck milk from the breast or udder.
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To hold something in the mouth and lick or draw on it.

To suck on a piece of ice, sucking away at his pipe.

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To make a sound or movement of sucking.
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To draw in air instead of liquid.
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To be contemptible or very unsatisfying, as because of low quality.

This show sucks.

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The act of sucking; sucking action or force; suction.
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A sound or movement of sucking.
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Something drawn in by sucking.
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The amount sucked at one time; sip.
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To take up or in by or as by sucking; absorb, inhale, etc.

To suck air into the lungs.

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To hold (candy, ice, etc.) in the mouth and lick so as to dissolve and consume.
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Origin of suck

Middle English suken from Old English sūcan seuə-2 in Indo-European roots