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Definition of the verb tuck away
What does tuck away mean as a doing phrase?
- eat up; usually refers to a considerable quantity of food
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by Isaac Livingstone Asamoah
Tuck away: If a place is tucked away, it is in a ...
by Tom Dalzell, Terry Victor
tuck in; tuck into; tuck away to eat ...
by Martin Manser
tuck away (transitive, adverb) 1 put something in a drawer, cupboard or safe place, ...
Chambers Pocket Dictionary (1992)
v tuck away (tr, coll) to eat esp. large quantities of (food) heartily. — v tuck in or into (intr, coll) to eat heartily or greedily: tuck into supper. [OE tucian, to disturb] tuck shop n (Br) a small shop selling sweets, cakes, pastries, etc. in or near a school.
Heinemann English Dictionary (2001)
by Martin Manser
Phrases tuck away to hide: a cottage tucked away in the forest, tuck in, tuck into to eat heartily. • tuck noun 1 Needlework a fold in cloth that is stitched into place. 2 ( informal) an operation to remove fat: a tummy tuck. 3 (informal) food eaten as a ...
by Brent Douglas Galloway
/stick through, stick in, sheathe, insert H76:463-463, comment: a connection with root xíts' tuck away,
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