Word: buck

Category: buck

Arts & Entertainment, Hobbies & Leisure, Sports

Related words: buck

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Synonyms: buck

eyeglass

Translations: buck

spanish
ciervo


german
hasenbock, bocken, rammler, dollar, sportgerät

french
chevreuil, lapin, dollar, bouc, bouquin, ...

dutch
dollar

russian
самец, денди, брыкание, олень, доллар, ...

swedish
bock

finnish
uroseläin, pukki, keikari, koiras, ampaista, ...

czech
dolar, kozel, samec, srnec, králík, ...

polish
dolar, bubek, jeleń, samiec, kozioł, ...

hungarian
mosólúg, tenyészkos, dollár, angolnavarsa

ukrainian
старовина, брикатися, олень, оживитися, оживитись

estonian
isahirv, kits

croatian
brbljanje, mužjak, gurnuti, zbaciti

slovenian
samec, dolar

slovak
samec

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The meaning and "use of": buck

noun
  • the male of some antlered animals, especially the fallow deer, roe deer, reindeer, and antelopes.
  • a vaulting horse.
  • a vertical jump performed by a horse, with the head lowered, back arched, and back legs thrown out behind.
  • a fashionable and typically high-spirited young man.
  • an oxford shoe made of buckskin.
  • a dollar.
  • an article placed as a reminder before a player whose turn it is to deal at poker.

verb
  • (of a horse) to perform a buck.
  • oppose or resist (something that seems oppressive or inevitable).
  • make (someone) more cheerful.

adjective
  • lowest of a particular rank.

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