Tuck-in meaning

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To pull the blankets or duvet up over (someone in bed); to put (someone) to bed.

She tucked in her young son and turned out the light.

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A meal, esp. a hearty one.
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(informal, slang) A big meal, especially one that people enjoy.
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To tuck in is to pull the bed covers up and over someone as part of a bedtime routine.

An example of tuck in is when a parent pulls a child's covers up to his chin and then kisses him goodnight.

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To push the fabric at the bottom of a shirt under the pants.
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(soccer) To score from with a casual motion.
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(intransitive) To start to eat.

Tuck in, before the food goes cold.

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Origin of tuck-in

  • See tuck (1).

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  • See tuck (4).

    From Wiktionary