Definitions for "Duck "
Keywords:  canvas, linen, tents, plain, cotton
A linen (or sometimes cotton) fabric, finer and lighter than canvas, -- used for the lighter sails of vessels, the sacking of beds, and sometimes for men's clothing.
The light clothes worn by sailors in hot climates.
Launderable single ply cotton material used in gloves.
Any bird of the subfamily Anatinæ, family Anatidæ.
A kind of waterfowl. Also the proper name for a female duck.
Any of many species of wild or domestic web-footed birds that live in or near water. The Chinese are credited with being the first to raise ducks for food. Relative to chicken, duck is more commonly used in China tha n in the West, probably because of the greater variety of ways of preparing it. Ducks are slow-boiled, red-cooked, or roasted, but very rarely stir-fried. Go here for Chinese recipes on duck.
Keywords:  batsman, golden, cricket, score, zero
A batsman is said to get a duck when he is out without scoring a single individual run. If he is gone on the first ball then it is called as Golden Duck.
(cricket) a score of nothing by a batsman
a zero individual score, "awarded" to a batter who is "out" without scoring a single earned run. Back Terms from E to H
Keywords:  plunge, suddenly, dip, bow, downward
To thrust or plunge under water or other liquid and suddenly withdraw.
To plunge the head of under water, immediately withdrawing it; as, duck the boy.
To bow; to bob down; to move quickly with a downward motion.
an authentic World War II amphibious landing vehicle
a WWII amphibious vehicle converted to give people tours crusing around on land and in the ocean
(1) play a low card when holding a higher one;(2) surrender (a trick).
play technique where a player deliberately does not immediately take a trick, but plays a small card instead.
(v.) see play under
Duck is Web-based system for practice testing and quizzing. Instructors can create multiple-choice, short answer, and 'extended response' questions. Unique feedback can be provided for up to 10 potential student responses. Duck is based on constructivist teaching and learning ideals.
avoid or try to avoid fulfilling, answering, or performing (duties, questions, or issues); "He dodged the issue"; "she skirted the problem"; "They tend to evade their responsibilities"; "he evaded the questions skillfully"
Keywords:  chicken, snowshoes, shoes, snow
a chicken with snowshoes
A chicken in snow shoes
a traffic ticket," Houston Police Officer Johnnie McFarland explained to KHOU-TV
Symbol of conjugal fidelity. Pairs of Mandarin ducks swimming amongst waterweeds are particularly favoured as a design on 14th century blue and white Chinese porcelain.
Keywords:  darling, pet
A pet; a darling.
Keywords:  raft, kayak, cross
a cross between a kayak and a raft
Keywords:  courage, luck, eagle, fortune, ventures
A duck signifies money luck especially with ventures and betting Page Top EaglE An eagle represents courage and means that well-positioned people will be impressed by your persistence and attention and will increase your fortune and position.
Keywords:  disambiguation, see
See also duck (disambiguation)
Keywords:  trove, chef, treasure, reality, least
a treasure trove to any chef and, in reality, the breast is probably the least valued part
Keywords:  glutinous, rice
Glutinous Rice
Keywords:  cairn, beak, trails, england, west
A small cairn constructed to have a "beak" pointing in the direction of the route. Rare in New England (we have trails) but popular out West. example
Keywords:  deg, stance, closer, heels, binding
having your bindings set so that your feet point away from one another. Example +12deg on front binding. -5 deg on back binding.
Sometimes called Duck-stance or Duck-foot, it's referring to putting your front and back binding at even angles with your toes closer to the nose and tail of the board than your heels.
Keywords:  unbuilt, giant, apple, york, square
a building that is shaped like its function, such as the unbuilt giant Apple in New York's Times Square that the firm designed
Keywords:  torso, flexing, knees, lowers
a flexing at the knees which lowers the torso
Keywords:  deuce, suit, two, called
The two of any suit (also called a Deuce)
A sudden inclination of the bead or dropping of the person, resembling the motion of a duck in water.
A place where the water almost fills the cave passage, leaving very little space between the surface of the water and the passage roof
Duck is the crystal of cooperation. It teaches you to allow the negativity to roll right off you. This allows you to find a place of cooperative effort for the good of all. ( 3 individual but connected crystals.)
Keywords:  pocket, eight, missed, front, ball
an object ball right in front of a pocket that cannot be missed. eight-ball see 8-ball.
Keywords:  two