|suck it up
||get up and do it, be strong, do not be a quitter
||"I can't do it, Kate. I've searched everywhere and I can't find it."
"Suck it up, John. I'm counting on you to define that idiom!"
|suck off [B]
||(See give head)
|suck the hind tit [B]
||receive less than others, not get as good service, the short end of the stick
||Who is sucking the hind tit of government services? Some people say it's the seniors.
|suck up to
||be nice for personal gain, brown nose [B]
||Why is Ken sucking up to me? Does he expect a raise in pay?
||student's briefcase, valise
||T think Zen carries a suckbucket to impress the teachers.
||deceived, cheated, led to believe, taken in
||"You believed his story about working late at the office?" "Ya, I got sucked in."
||a person who is gullible; easy to persuade
||"Who will buy that painting?" "Oh, some sucker will come along."
||fool you, cheat you,
|When you walk along the midway, don't listen to the men who want
you to throw balls or darts. They're just trying to sucker you. Hear?
||is poor quality, does not satisfy me
||This radio sucks! I can't get my favorite station!
|suffer a setback
||lose a game, fail a test, become injured or ill
||Italy's soccer team suffered a setback losing to Ireland.