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Detailed Translations for suck up from English to Spanish

suck up:

to suck up verb (sucks up, sucked up, sucking up)

  1. to suck up (drain away; absorb; suck)

Conjugations for suck up:

  1. suck up
  2. suck up
  3. sucks up
  4. suck up
  5. suck up
  6. suck up
simple past
  1. sucked up
  2. sucked up
  3. sucked up
  4. sucked up
  5. sucked up
  6. sucked up
present perfect
  1. have sucked up
  2. have sucked up
  3. has sucked up
  4. have sucked up
  5. have sucked up
  6. have sucked up
past continuous
  1. was sucking up
  2. were sucking up
  3. was sucking up
  4. were sucking up
  5. were sucking up
  6. were sucking up
  1. shall suck up
  2. will suck up
  3. will suck up
  4. shall suck up
  5. will suck up
  6. will suck up
continuous present
  1. am sucking up
  2. are sucking up
  3. is sucking up
  4. are sucking up
  5. are sucking up
  6. are sucking up
  1. be sucked up
  2. be sucked up
  3. be sucked up
  4. be sucked up
  5. be sucked up
  6. be sucked up
  1. suck up!
  2. let's suck up!
  3. sucked up
  4. sucking up
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for suck up:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
absorber absorbing
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
absorber absorb; drain away; suck; suck up absorb; imbibe; lap up; pick up; sip up; suck in; take in; take up
sorber absorb; drain away; suck; suck up absorb; gulp; lap up; sip up; suck; take in; take up
- absorb; bootlick; cotton up; cozy up; draw; fawn; imbibe; kotow; kowtow; play up; shine up; sidle up; soak up; sop up; suck; take in; take up; toady; truckle

Synonyms for "suck up":

Related Definitions for "suck up":

  1. try to gain favor by cringing or flattering1
  2. take in, also metaphorically1
  3. ingratiate oneself to; often with insincere behavior1

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