Meaning of suck
Pronunciation: (suk), [key]
- to draw into the mouth by producing a partial vacuum by action of the lips and tongue: to suck lemonade through a straw.
- to draw (water, moisture, air, etc.) by or as if by suction: Plants suck moisture from the earth. The pump sucked water from the basement.
- to apply the lips or mouth to and draw upon by producing a partial vacuum, esp. for extracting fluid contents: to suck an orange.
- to put into the mouth and draw upon: to suck one's thumb.
- to take into the mouth and dissolve by the action of the tongue, saliva, etc.: to suck a piece of candy.
- to render or bring to a specified condition by or as if by sucking.
- to draw something in by producing a partial vacuum in the mouth, esp. to draw milk from the breast.
- to draw or be drawn by or as if by suction.
- (of a pump) to draw air instead of water, as when the water is low or a valve is defective.
- to behave in a fawning manner (usually fol. by around).
- to be repellent or disgusting: Poverty sucks.
- to engage in soul-kissing.
- to deceive; cheat; defraud: The confidence man sucked us all in.
- . to fellate.
- to be obsequious; toady: The workers are all sucking up to him because he's the one who decides who'll get the bonuses.
- an act or instance of sucking.
- a sucking force.
- the sound produced by sucking.
- that which is sucked; nourishment drawn from the breast.
- a small drink; sip.
- a whirlpool.
- suck (Thesaurus)