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tuck

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UK [tʌk]
  • v.收藏;把(衣服、纸张等的边缘)塞进;把…塞进狭窄的空间;把…藏入
  • n.打褶;去赘皮手术;减肥手术;零食(尤指儿童在学校吃的糖果等)
  • Web塔克;卷起;达特茅斯大学塔克商学院
Plural Form:tucks  Present Participle:tucking  Past Tense:tucked  
tuck
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v.
1.
~ sth + adv./prep.
把(衣服、纸张等的边缘)塞进,折叠,卷起to push, fold or turn the ends or edges of clothes, paper, etc. so that they are held in place or look neat
She tucked up her skirt and waded into the river.
她撩起裙子蹚水走进河里。
The sheets should be tucked in neatly(= around the bed) .
床单的四边应整整齐齐地掖在褥垫下面。
Tuck the flap of the envelope in.
把信封的口盖塞进信封里。
2.
~ sth + adv./prep.
把…塞进狭窄的空间;把…藏入;收藏to put sth into a small space, especially to hide it or keep it safe or comfortable
She tucked her hair (up) under her cap.
她把头发拢起来塞进帽子里。
He sat with his legs tucked up under him.
他盘着腿坐着。
The letter had been tucked under a pile of papers.
那封信压在了一摞文件下面。
3.
~ sth + adv./prep.
用…盖住;用…围紧;用…裹严to cover sb with sth so that they are warm and comfortable
She tucked a blanket around his legs.
她拿一条毯子把他的双腿裹好。
n.
1.
[c]
(衣服或织物的)褶,打褶a fold that is sewn into a piece of clothing or cloth, either for decoration or to change the shape of it
2.
[c]
(informal)
去赘皮手术;减肥手术a medical operation in which skin and/or fat is removed to make sb look younger or thinner
3.
[u]
(informal)
食物,零食(尤指儿童在学校吃的糖果等)food, especially sweets, etc. eaten by children at school

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