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1buck/ˈbʌk/noun
pluralbucks
1buck
/ˈbʌk/
noun
pluralbucks
Learner's definition of BUCK  
[count]
informal 
: dollar
   b  : money
: a male animal (such as a male deer)
— compare doe
informal  : man

bang for the/your buck

— see 2bang

look/feel like a million bucks

— see million

pass the buck

: to avoid a responsibility by giving it to someone else

the buck stops here

◊ Expressions like the buck stops here are used to say that you accept a responsibility and will not try to give it to someone else.
2buck/ˈbʌk/verb
bucksbuckedbucking
2buck
/ˈbʌk/
verb
bucksbuckedbucking
Learner's definition of BUCK  
[no object]of a horse  : to jump violently into the air with the back bent upward — sometimes used figuratively
[+ object]  : to oppose or resist (something or someone)

buck for

[phrasal verb]
buck for (something)US, informal 
: to try very hard or work very hard to get (something)

buck up

[phrasal verb]informal
: to become happier or more confident
buck (someone) up or buck up (someone)  : to cause (someone) to be happier or more confident : to cheer up (someone)
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