Noun(1) a crowd especially of ordinary or undistinguished persons or things(2) an irregular fold in an otherwise even surface (as in cloth
Verb(1) become wrinkled or drawn together
(1) This includes a timed run and ruck marches over the hills.(2) Despite multiple layers of plastic bags, everything in my ruck has its dusting of grime.(3) players will be encouraged to go to the ground when tackled to form a ruck(4) Jumping with a ruck attached is just the beginning of the special instruction military free fall school teaches.(5) Members of the unit are required to complete the 10K ruck march with 55 pounds of weight in their rucksack.(6) there was a rare old ruck before the police arrived(7) Each soldier carried a rifle, along with a ruck , during the training, so the training basically replicated the mission the soldiers would be conducting.(8) Everything I will have has been shoved into a ruck and a duffle.(9) I barely had time to repack my ruck(10) education was the key to success, a way out of the ruck(11) Cremeans yanked his ├ö├ç├┐hoop bivey├ö├ç├û [one-man tent] from his ruck and set it up.(12) I found a whole ruck of information(13) Fortunately he had grabbed his ruck before rushing out and he had his cooking pot, but he was still forced to hunt for food.(14) With his back thanking him for removing the ruck , Delgado slowly patrolled past his teammates.(15) too often the pack failed to ruck as a unit(16) Harry squeezed through the ruck to order another beer
(1) ruck up :: アップラック
1. herd ::
2. ruck up ::
3. pucker ::
Different Formsruck, rucked, rucking, rucks
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