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Noun
A male animal, especially a deer, antelope, sheep, goat, etc.
“A buck roaming a California neighborhood had his antlers tangled in Christmas lights, but Animal Services reported that he's probably more annoyed than in pain.”
Noun
An adult male person
“The story is told of a drunken old man who mounted his horse with a flourish and proclaimed himself to be the greatest buck from Buck Creek.”
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A man unduly concerned with looking stylish and fashionable
“The vain young buck in the gilt coach is Kneller, the great painter, who thinks that on the last day, there will be a peculiar and special awakening trumpet blown to arouse him.”
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A note or bill representing one dollar
“A double burger or sausage sandwich that costs only a buck fills up a noisy child with little fuss, while a salad costing two dollars or more might provoke resistance.”
Noun
(bucks) Money, currency or cash, in general
“We came up with the notion of making a few bucks by selling knick-knacks at the Mardi Gras.”
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(bucks) Profit or earnings from an enterprise or endeavor
“The comedy would go on to be an incredibly successful movie, raking in big bucks at the box office and propelling Miranda to stardom.”
Noun
Blame or culpability for a mistake or unfortunate event
“The belligerent patient tried to pass the buck for his worsening condition by blaming his wife for not taking better care of him.”
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Responsibility for a given task or issue
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“Lots of people try to pass the buck to me. They think that somehow I can solve their problems. I cannot.”
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The fur of a rabbit typically used to imitate another animal's fur
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Mammal with antlers and hooves
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Male goat
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A sudden move or jump upwards or forwards
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Hollow-horned mammal
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A male child or youth
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Verb
To defy or put up an opposition to
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“The outgoing chief executive still believes you cannot buck the market.”
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To make a sudden movement
“The hull, shaking before, began to buck violently.”
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To move around or sideways unsteadily
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To physically fight, especially in a rough or noisy way
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To move along lightly, stepping from one foot to the other with a hop or bounce
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To push roughly
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To pass (something) to someone
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To disagree with or dispute
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To rush forward, especially suddenly and with speed
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To be purchasable for a specified price
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To neutralize or cancel by exerting an opposite and equal force
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Compete eagerly with someone in order to do or achieve something
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To refrain from in spite of temptation
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(of a horse) To throw or displace from a seat or saddle
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To frustrate or prevent (someone) from achieving an aim
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Adjective
(military) Of the lowest grade or rank
“I, myself, was a buck private in the First World War and I know something about the life of an enlisted man.”
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