- [shǔn xī]
- suck 吮吸; 吸引; 恶心;
- absorb 吸收; 理解，掌握; 合并，同化; 消减，缓冲; 经受住; 使全神贯注;
- siphon 虹吸管;
- siphon off 吮吸;
- suckle 给…喂奶;
As the baby suckles, a further supply of milk is generated.
The baby was sucking away at the empty feeding - bottle.
The baby was sucking its mother's breast.
The boy sucked his thumb and stared at Hebburn with huge, round eyes.
She suck back the juice that was trying to escape.
Rice shoots in the terraced fields were greedily lapping up the dew.
Thumb - sucking can cause protrusion of the teeth.
It'sucks off soil substances and grows very fast.
Winston fitted a nib into the penholder and sucked it to get the grease off.
The ground sucked at his feet as he trod reluctantly towards the Nissen hut.
The ground sucked at his feet as he trod relactantly towards the Nissen hut.
If You use them Your game will probably suck.
They use their tongues to suck in the green food.
When we sucked each other's tongue, when our tongues and stroked gently.
Simple reflexes include sucking, swallowing, Blinking, scratching, and the knee jerk.
简单的反射包括吮吸 、 吞咽 、 眨眼 、 抓痒和膝盖痉挛.