a: to draw (something, such as liquid) into the mouth through a suction force produced by movements of the lips and tongue - sucked milk from his mother's breast
b: to draw something from or consume by such movements - suck an orange suck a lollipop
c: to apply the mouth to in order to or as if to suck out a liquid - sucked his burned finger
縮小腹 Suck in
1. While I served in the army, I was told to suck in my stomach.
接受不好的事 Suck it up
2. We were very sad losing the game, but my coach told us to suck it up.
3. Whenever I compliment the teacher, other students all me a suck-up.
1. You suck!
2. This tv show sucks.
3. The LA Lakers sucked this whole season.
Which sentence below is NOT correct?
A. His performance sucked during the game.
B. I sucked up to my boss to keep my job.
C. The clerk sucked it up to make me buy the bag from him.