Synonyms of suck in English:

suck


See definition of suck

verb

1‘they sucked mint juleps through straws’

SYNONYMS
sip, sup, siphon, slurp, draw, drink, gulp, lap, guzzle, quaff, swill, swallow, imbibe

2‘Fran sucked in a deep breath’

SYNONYMS
draw, pull, breathe, gasp, sniff, gulp
inhale, inspire, respire

3‘the mud had sucked him in up to his waist’

SYNONYMS
draw, pull
engulf, swallow up, swamp

4‘young children can get sucked into a world of petty crime’

SYNONYMS
implicate in, involve in, draw into
informal mix up in

5‘I love your country but your weather sucks’

SYNONYMS
be very bad, be awful, be terrible, be dreadful, be horrible, be very unpleasant, be abhorrent, be despicable, be contemptible, be vile, be foul
British informal be pants, be a load of pants
informal stink

Phrases

    suck dry

    ‘the country has been sucked dry by state bribery and gangland criminality’


    SYNONYMS

    drain, exhaust, sap, deplete, deprive, milk, bleed, fleece, empty, reduce, squeeze

    suck up

    ‘they suck up to him, hanging on to his every word’


    SYNONYMS

    grovel, creep, toady, be obsequious, be servile, be sycophantic, kowtow, bow and scrape, play up, truckle

    fawn on, curry favour with, dance attendance on

    informal

    bootlick, lick someone's boots, be all over, fall all over, butter up, rub up the right way, keep sweet

    British vulgar slang

    kiss someone's arse, lick someone's arse