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Plural for a crease, wrinkle or pucker, as on fabric
“I have to pull the laces tight, creating a ruck in the fabric.”
Plural for a crowd of people
“At last, out of the ruck rose Verman, disfigured and maniacal.”
Plural for the community or common people in general
“Here and there among cats, one comes across an outstanding superior intellect, just as one does among the ruck of human beings.”
(British, informal) Plural for a fight, especially a brawl involving several people
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“There was a rare old ruck before the police arrived.”
(British, informal) Plural for a quarrel or verbal disagreement
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“We experienced that the Germans have a strange tendency to bump into people, which no one seemed to mind. However, had this happened in a club back in England, it would certainly have lead to a ruck.”
Plural for a rectangular or cylindrical pile of hay, straw, or grain in sheaf
To crease or fold
“Our tired bodies ruck the sheets.”
To fold or bend something over, especially so that it comes in contact with itself
To noisily release air from the stomach through the mouth
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