英 [rʌk] 美 [rʌk]
- n. 普通人；寻常事物；一大群；大量；皱褶
- v. 起皱；起褶
- He was eager to get out of the ruck and distinguish himself in some way.
- He pushed his way through the ruck of drinkers to get to the bar.
- When the police arrived, it soon turned into an ugly ruck.
- He smoothed out the rucks in the bedclothes.
- Your coat's all rucked up at the back.
- The sheets on my bed have rucked up.
- ruck up 变皱
A ruck in the under-blanket which pressed into her side.出自： R. C. Hutchinson
The governor..rucks you if you take more than ten minutes for a quarter of an hour's job.出自： P. Willmott