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tuck in/tuck into sth

informal phrasal verb with tuck /tʌk/ verb [T usually + adv/prep]
to start eating something eagerly
尽情地吃,痛快地吃
Judging by the way they tucked into their dinner, they must have been very hungry.
看他们晚餐时那种狼吞虎咽的样子,一定是饿坏了。
There's plenty of food, so please tuck in.
食物充足,请尽情地吃吧。
EatingBiting, chewing and swallowing
Translations of “tuck in/tuck into sth”
in Chinese (Traditional) 盡情地吃,痛快地吃…
in Russian приступать (к еде)…
in Turkish iştahla yemek/atıştırmak…
in Polish zabierać się za coś…
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