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  • tuck in — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you tuck in a piece of material, you keep it in position by placing one edge or end of it behind or under something else. For example, if you tuck in your shirt, you place the bottom part of it inside your trousers or skirt. [V …   English dictionary

  • tuck — I. verb Etymology: Middle English tuken to mistreat, finish (cloth) by stretching and beating, tuck, from Old English tūcian to mistreat; akin to Old High German zuhhen to jerk, Old English togian to pull more at tow Date: 14th century transitive …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • tuck — 1. verb /tʰʌk/ a) To push the end (or ends) of a fabric based item out of sight as in tuck in your shirt or I tucked in the sheet . He tucked the $10 bill into his shirt pocket. b) To place somewhere safe or somewhat hidden The sofa tucks nicely… …   Wiktionary

  • tuck — I. /tʌk / (say tuk) verb (t) 1. to thrust into some narrow space or close or concealed place: tuck this in your pocket. 2. to thrust the edge or end of (a garment, covering, etc.) closely into place between retaining parts or things: he tucked… …   Australian English dictionary

  • tuck — tuck1 [ tʌk ] verb transitive ** 1. ) tuck something behind/into/under something to put something in a particular place, especially in order to keep it safe or hidden: He had a newspaper tucked under his arm. She took off her glasses and tucked… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • tuck — tuck1 [tʌk] v [Date: 1400 1500; Origin: tuck to stretch cloth over hooks, pull (13 19 centuries), from Old English tucian to treat badly, punish, criticize angrily ] 1.) [T always + adverb/preposition] to push something, especially the edge of a… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • tuck — 1 verb 1 (transitive always + adv/prep) to push the edge of a piece of cloth or paper into something so that it looks tidier or stays in place: tuck sth into/under: Nick was tucking his shirt into his trousers when she walked in. 2 (transitive… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • Dick Tuck — (born 1924) is a former American political consultant, campaign strategist, advance man, and political prankster for the Democratic National Committee. Contents 1 Pranks 2 Political career 3 Controversy 4 …   Wikipedia

  • Footprints (album) — Infobox Album | Name = Footprints Type = Album Artist = Holly Valance Released = October 14, 2002 Recorded = 2002 Genre = Pop Length = 46:39 Label = London Records Producer = Steve Welton Jaimes Nellee Hooper Anders Kallmark Richard Stannard Phil …   Wikipedia

  • Harvard Sailing Team — is a New York City sketch comedy group. The team has produced five full length shows, Tuck Your Shirt In , ...With Matching Topsiders , Business Casual , ...On The Jitney and 100 Years of Song And Dance .The troupe was founded by Chris Smith, a… …   Wikipedia

  • Tick-borne disease — A disease carried by or caused by a tick. In the United States, the tick borne diseases include: {{}}Babesiosis (a malaria like infection) Colorado tick fever (generally in the western US) Ehrlichiosis Lyme disease Relapsing fever (also called… …   Medical dictionary


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