suck in

suck in
A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (gas)
a. aspirar
2. (liquid)
a. succionar
3. (fig)
to get sucked into somethingcaer en algo
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suck in
transitive verb
1 [+machine] [+dust, air] aspirar; [+black hole] [+matter] tragar; aspirar
When these black holes are formed they suck in material from around and about Gravity this strong makes black holes suck in everything in the immediate vicinity
[+person] [+air] tomar
the priest sucked air in noisily to suck in one's breath sharply
he heard her suck in her breath sharply le oyó aspirar sobresaltada
Mack sucked his breath in sharply and closed his eyes
to suck one's cheeks in hundir los carrillos; to suck one's stomach in meter el estómago
Tense your stomach again. Suck it in, hold the tension I stood straight, pulled back my shoulders, sucked in my stomach
to get sucked in (to war, argument) verse envuelto
if war broke out it was assumed that, against their will, Albania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Greece and even Turkey might get sucked in it was a crazy time and a lot of people got sucked in Investors should not allow themselves to be sucked in by the propaganda
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