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English definition of “chuck sb under the chin”

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chuck sb under the chin

to touch especially a younger person in a friendly way under the chin: "Cheer up," she said and chucked the little girl under the chin.
Translations of “chuck sb under the chin”
in Chinese (Traditional) (友好地)輕撫(尤指年少者)的下巴…
in Chinese (Simplified) (友好地)轻抚(尤指年少者)的下巴…
(Definition of chuck sb under the chin from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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