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Translation of "tuck" - English-Spanish dictionary

tuck

verb   /tʌk/
to push a loose piece of clothing or material somewhere to make it tidy remeter Tuck your shirt in.
(Definition of tuck from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

tuck

noun /tak/
a fold sewn into a piece of material pliegue Her dress had tucks in the sleeves.
(British ) sweets, cakes etc chucherías, golosinas Schoolboys used to spend their money on tuck ( also adjective) a tuck shop.
tuck in phrasal verb
to gather bedclothes etc closely round arropar I said goodnight and tucked him in.
to eat greedily or with enjoyment comer vorazmente, devorar, zampar They sat down to breakfast and started to tuck in straight away.
(Definition of tuck from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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