- v.塞进( tuck的过去式和过去分词 ); 翻折; 盖住; 卷起;
His home in Bexley is tucked away in a miniature forest.
I read Lili a story and tucked her in her own bed.
The banker keeps the money tucked safely under his bed.
His team retreated last night with tails tucked firmly between their legs.
She tucked into a breakfast of bacon and eggs.
He wore sandals and old jeans and his shirt-tails weren't tucked in.
She folded it up, and tucked it into her purse.
I tucked the box away in the linen drawer.
She tucked them up in bed.
He would be tucked comfortably into bed.
She tucked up her skirt and waded into the river.
She tucked a loose strand of hair behind her ears.
He paced the floor, his hands tucked deep in his sleeves.
We tucked into the food with zest.
He tucked his trousers neatly into his boots.
1. having tucked or being tucked;
"tightly tucked blankets"
"a fancy tucked shirt"