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ruck


ruck [ruck rucks rucked rucking] noun, verb BrE [rʌk] NAmE [rʌk]
noun
1. countable (in ↑rugby)a group of players who gather round the ball when it is lying on the ground and push each other in order to get the ball
2. singular a group of people standing closely together or fighting
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.
3. the rucksingular (disapproving)ordinary people or events
She saw marriage to him as a way out of the ruck.

Word Origin:
n. and v. Middle English ‘stack of fuel, heap’ Scandinavian Norwegian ruke ‘heap of hay’ late 18th cent. Old Norse hrukka
Derived:ruck something up ruck up
 
verb intransitive (in ↑rugby)
to take part in a ↑ruck (1)
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Word Origin:
n. and v. Middle English ‘stack of fuel, heap’ Scandinavian Norwegian ruke ‘heap of hay’ late 18th cent. Old Norse hrukka
 

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