1. suck => suckle.
- suckle (v.)
- c. 1400, perhaps a causative or frequentative form of Middle English suken "to suck" (see suck), but OED suggests instead a back-formation from suckling (though this word is attested only from mid-15c.). Related: Suckled; suckling.
- 1. So good, ask you to drink the strong tea that did not suckle!
- 那么好吧, 就请你喝没奶的浓茶吧!
- 2. Since the platypus lacks nipples, the pups suckle milk from the mother's abdominal skin.
- 因为鸭嘴兽没有乳头, 幼兽在母兽腹部舔食乳汁.
- 3. It is like a cow kicking a grown calf that wants to suckle.
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