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suck verb

ADV. noisily She was noisily sucking up milk through a straw. | away, in, out, up She sucked away on her thumb. He cut the orange in half and sucked out the juice.

PREP. at He sucked at the wound on his hand. | from The machine sucks up mud and stones from the bottom of the pond. | into, on The baby sucked on her bottle. | out of, through