- vt. & vi. 吸; 啜 draw (liquid) into the mouth by the use of the lip muscles
- vt. 舐; 吮 hold (sth) in the mouth and lick, roll about, squeeze, etc. with the tongue
- vt. 自…吸取 draw knowledge, information, etc. from
the act of sucking
draw into the mouth by creating a practical vacuum in the mouth;
"suck the poison from the place where the snake bit"
"suck on a straw"
"the baby sucked on the mother's breast"
draw something in by or as if by a vacuum;
"Mud was sucking at her feet"
attract by using an inexorable force, inducement, etc.;
"The current boom in the economy sucked many workers in from abroad"
be inadequate or objectionable;
provide sexual gratification through oral stimulation
take in, also metaphorically;
"The sponge absorbs water well"
"She drew strength from the minister's words"
give suck to;
"The wetnurse suckled the infant"
"You cannot nurse your baby in public in some places"
- Don't suck your thumb; it's so dirty.
- They suck soda water through straws.
- Plants suck water from the ground.
- They use their tongues to suck in the green food.
- These plants suck up moisture from the soil.
- But planting has been criticized because trees take years of growth to suck up an equivalent amount of released carbon.
- She had a suck of orange juice.
- The pump sucked.
- He sucked hard for air to keep breathing.
- We sucked the oranges.
- The baby was sucking its mother's breast.
- The boy had a sweet in his mouth and was sucking it hard.
- The child was sucking its thumb.
- She was sucking a piece of candy.
- They sucked knowledge out of their experience.
- The boy sucked the bottle dry.
- suck at (v.+prep.)
吸,抽 draw into
suck at sth
The old man is sucking at his pipe.
He sucked at one cigarette after the other.
- suck away at (v.+adv.+prep.)
吸,啜 perform the action of sucking
suck away at sth
The baby was sucking away at the empty feeding-bottle.
- suck down (v.+adv.)
吸进,卷入 pull into
suck sth ⇔ down
The whirlpool sucked down the canoe.
The whirlpool sucked down everything floating on the water.
- suck from (v.+prep.)
从…吸取 draw (sth) from
suck from sth
Plant sucks from the soil.
植物从土壤吸取养分。suck sth from sth
Bees suck honey from flowers.
He sucked the juice from the orange.
- suck in (v.+adv.)
欺骗 deceive (sb), as by attraction用于 be ～ed 结构
- suck into (v.+prep.)
吞噬,拉进,卷入 engulf; pull in
suck sb/sth into sth
The little boy was sucked into the marsh.
The canoe was sucked into the whirlpool.
- suck through (v.+prep.)
用…吸液体,啜 draw (liquid) into the mouth by the use of
suck sth through sth
He was sucking his drink through a straw.
Lemonade can be sucked through a straw.
- suck up (v.+adv.)
吸收 absorbThese plants suck up moisture from the soil.这些植物吸收土壤中的水分。
- suck up to (v.+adv.+prep.)
奉承 try to please by flattery, offers of service
suck up to sb
She is always sucking up to her teacher.
Don't try to impress the new boss, he hates being sucked up to.
- suck greedily 贪婪地吸食
- suck insatiably 口渴难熬地吸食
- suck thirstily 渴望地吸取
- suck down 吸下; 吸入
- suck down a boat 吞没小船
- suck in knowledge 吸收知识
- suck in water 海绵吸水
- suck under 吸下,吸入
- suck up 吸收,吸尽
- suck up ink (吸墨纸)吸墨水
- suck up water 吸收水分
His life has been one long suck on the tit of society.出自： fig.
They were sucking orangeade through straws.出自： G. Greene
From..summer flowers we would suck honey.出自： Mollie Harris
A tiny baby sucking his mother's milk.出自： G. Swift
- suck, absorb
- 1.absorb主要是“吸收”水、光或热等; suck则是“吸”或“饮”汁、水或饮料,还可表示“吸”烟。
- 2.suck还可表示被卷入某项事物之中; absorb无此义。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的sucan，意为吮吸。
- drink 喝
- absorb 吸收
- draw 拖
- breathe 呼吸
- take 拿
- in 在 ... 里
- take in 接受
- draw in (火车、汽车)进站...
- imbibe 饮
- slurp 饮食出声
- pull 拉
- taste 味觉
- mouthful 一口
- pull on 用力拉
- lap 膝部
- extract 摘录
- force 武力
- take out 取出
- sweep 打扫
- bear 熊
- carry 携带
- nurse 护士
- fellate 吮吸阴茎
- take up 拿起
- soak up 吸收
- suck up 吸收
- blow 打击
- suction 吸
- sucking 尚未断奶的
- suckle 哺乳
- sop up 吸水
- breastfeed 喂奶
- lactate 分泌乳汁
- suck in 吸收
- go down on 口交
- wet-nurse 做奶妈授乳...
- incorporate 合并
- digest 摘要