Duck's neck

a cheque

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • duck — duck1 [duk] n. [ME doke < OE duce, lit., diver, ducker < base of * ducan, to plunge, dive (see DUCK2); replaces OE ened (akin to Ger ente), common Gmc word for the bird ] 1. pl. ducks or duck any of a large number of relatively small… …   English World dictionary

  • duck — dək n, pl ducks or duck any of various swimming birds (family Anatidae, the duck family) in which the neck and legs are short, the feet typically webbed, the bill often broad and flat, and the sexes usu. different from each other in plumage …   Medical dictionary

  • Duck (guitar) — The Duck guitar is the name given to Yngwie Malmsteen s 1971 cream colored Fender Stratocaster guitar. It is known as the Duck owing to a Donald Duck sticker pasted on to the headstock of the instrument[1][2]. Overview of the Duck Guitar The Duck …   Wikipedia

  • Duck — This article is about the bird. For duck as a food, see Duck (food). For other meanings, see Duck (disambiguation). Duckling redirects here. For other uses, see Duckling (disambiguation). Ducks …   Wikipedia

  • duck — [[t]dʌ̱k[/t]] ducks, ducking, ducked 1) N VAR A duck is a very common water bird with short legs, a short neck, and a large flat beak. Chickens and ducks scratch around the outbuildings. N UNCOUNT Duck is the flesh of this bird when it is eaten… …   English dictionary

  • Duck decoy (model) — This article is about the carved wildfowl model. For the large structure for catching wildfowl, see Duck decoy (structure). Goose by Bob Biddle …   Wikipedia

  • duck barnacle — Goose Goose (g[=oo]s), n.; pl. {Geese} (g[=e]s). [OE. gos, AS. g[=o]s, pl. g[=e]s; akin to D. & G. gans, Icel. g[=a]s, Dan. gaas, Sw. g[*a]s, Russ. guse. OIr. geiss, L. anser, for hanser, Gr. chh n, Skr. ha[.m]sa. [root]233. Cf. {Gander},… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • duck — I. noun (plural ducks) Usage: often attributive Etymology: Middle English duk, doke, from Old English dūce Date: before 12th century 1. or plural duck a. any of various swimming birds (family Anatidae, the duck family) in which the neck and legs… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Wuhan duck — refers to several dishes from the city of Wuhan, in Hubei Province, China. The dishes are specific parts of a duck, including the tongue, head, feet, liver, kidney, and most popularly, the neck, often referred to as spicy duck neck .[1] Common to …   Wikipedia

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