any of various type of common water-bird, domestic and wild
its flesh as food
dear (as a form of address)
lower quickly especially so as to avoid being hit or seen
push under water
"Before he could duck, another stone struck him"
"He dipped into the pool"
"He dodged the issue"
"she skirted the problem"
"They tend to evade their responsibilities"
"he evaded the questions skillfully"
Her child..was so much her 'duck' that he grew up to be a goose.
出自： C. H. Spurgeon
Nutty Nottingham Council has banned workers calling each other 'love' or 'duck' under new anti-sexism laws.
She..stepped down into cooler water, ducked, then got out.
出自： W. Golding
Duck down behind this wall and then the policeman won't see you.
We saw the missile coming our way and ducked down.
He ducked into the doctor's office and back out again.
It's unlawful to duck out of paying taxes.