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buck

noun   /bʌk/
US Australian English ( plural bucks) informal a dollar dólar, verde Can I borrow a couple of bucks? He charged me 20 bucks for a new hubcap.1406
→  Idioms pass the buck , the buck stops here
(Definition of buck from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

buck

noun /bak/
the male of the deer, hare, rabbit etc macho a buck and a doe.
buckskin noun, adjective
(of) a soft leather made of deerskin or sheepskin ante a bag made from buckskin a buckskin jacket.
buck up phrasal verb
to cheer up animarse She bucked up when she heard the news.
to hurry darse prisa, aligerar You’d better buck up if you want to catch the bus.
pass the buck
to pass on responsibility (to someone else) cargarle el muerto a alguien Whenever he is blamed for anything, he tries to pass the buck.
(Definition of buck from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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