tuck

[n] - (British) eatables (especially sweets) 2. [n] - a narrow flattened pleat or fold that is stitched in place 3. [v] - pull up or draw into a fold 4. [v] - make a tuck or several folds in 5. [v] - fit snugly into
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Tuck

• (n.) A small net used for taking fish from a larger one; -- called also tuck-net. • (v. t.) To inclose; to put within; to press into a close place; as, to tuck a child into a bed; to tuck a book under one`s arm, or into a pocket. • (n.) A horizontal sewed fold, such as is made in a garment, to shorten it; a plait. • (n.) Food;...
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tuck

noun a narrow flattened pleat or fold that is stitched in place
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Tuck

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Tuck

[sewing] In sewing, a tuck is a fold or pleat in fabric that is sewn in place. Small tucks, especially multiple parallel tucks, may be used to decorate clothing or household linens. When the tucks are very narrow, they are called pintucks or Pin-tucking. Tucks are also used to shorten a finished garment, especially a child`s garment, so tha...
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Tuck

A tight, forward-lean position used for fast downhill runs. The skier is in a squatting position with the arms tight against the sides and skis parallel.
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Tuck

Body position with legs bent at the knees and hips. For competition, both angles must be 135
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tuck

extremely aerodynamic position used for descending and time trials.
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tuck

part of ship where ends of lower planks meet under the stern
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tuck

part of ship where ends of lower planks meet under the stern
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Tuck

See pin tuck. A method of folding and then sewing fabric together resulting in a raised seam, often seen in heirloom sewing, the bodice of a woman's blouse or a man's formal shirt.
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Tuck

The aerodynamic position that Downhill and Super G racers use to achieve more speed.
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Tuck

The tuck was a long-bladed, narrow sword developed during the 15th century as a sword capable of penetrating between the individual armour plates or rings of chain-mail. The blade was very long and narrow, and three or four edged.
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Tuck

Tuck is slang for food.
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