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Topic: FOOD DISH


sucker

1 noun
     
suckā€§er1 [countable]
1

person

informal someone who is easily tricked or persuaded to do something:
You fell for that old line? Sucker!
2

be a sucker for somebody/something

informal to like someone or something very much, especially so that you cannot refuse them:
I'm a total sucker for seafood.
3

part of an animal

HBIHBA a part of an insect or of an animal's body that it uses to hold on to a surface
4

sweet

American EnglishDFF a lollipop
5

plant

HBP a part of a plant that grows from the root or lower stem of a plant to become a new plant
6

rubber

DT a flat round piece of rubber that sticks to a surface by suction
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