Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Sucker"

The meaning of "Sucker" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I'm a sucker for you. mean?
A: "I'm a sucker for you" means that someone likes something very much!

Here are some sentences:
"Amy is a sucker for food." This means that Amy loves food a lot!
Q: What does I'm a sucker for books!! mean?
A: It means you’re a person who really likes books. I’m a sucker for = I really like/love
Q: What does I'm just a sucker mean?
A: it's the same as you suck
it's a looser
Q: What does sucker for pain mean?
A: Somebody who likes pain or bad situations for themselves.
Q: What does mean little sucker mean?
A: In this context,

"mean" = aggressive
"little" = little, small in size
"sucker" = pejorative (insulting name) for a small, pitiable/irritating creature

So, "you're a mean little sucker" = you are a small, violent creature

It is like an expression.

"Mosquitoes are mean little suckers, aren't they?"

"Sucker" can also mean "a gullible person", "a person who is easily persuaded/tricked", etc. But, this is not the same "sucker" as "mean little sucker."

Example sentences using "Sucker"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "being " sucker for something

please explain what dose this expression means ....
..thank you .
A: To like something.
I am a sucker for hard rock = I really like hard rock.
Q: Please show me example sentences with sucker .
A: you are such a sucker.
This candy sucker taste good .
Q: Please show me example sentences with sucker.
A: "What a sucker! I sold her that piece of crap car for $10,000!!"

"A sucker is born every minute" -> a common but old-fashioned expression

"Don't be a sucker" -> don't be a fool

Synonyms of "Sucker" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between a sucker and gullible ?
A: A sucker is the person (noun). Gullible describes the person (adjective). That guy was a sucker because he’s so gullible.
Q: What is the difference between sucker and crazy ?
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Q: What is the difference between I'm a sucker for (...) and I suck at (...) ?
A: Saying "I'm a sucker for..." means that you really like the thing you're talking about. For example, "I'm a sucker for chocolate."

Saying "I suck at..." means that you're not very good at the thing you're talking about. For example, "I suck at writing essays."
Q: What is the difference between sucker and straw ?
A: A sucker is a piece of candy, also known as a lollipop. A straw is the long tube you use to drink out of a glass

Translations of "Sucker"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what does it mean “I hit those suckers like a hummer” or any similar expression
A: A hummer is a brand of truck/SUV, so they're saying that they hit them like a truck, i.e. very hard.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "So long, sucker !" (what does that mean ?)
A: It means goodbye, but it's directed at a fool or someone who was fooled or tricked.

Other questions about "Sucker"

Q: What does "sucker" mean?
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A: It means a gullible or easily deceived person.
For example, if someone sales you car that has bad breaks, you been suckered or ripped off.
Q: I'm a sucker for English does this sound natural?
A: It sounds natural, although the phrase is more commonly used for a physical object.

"I'm a sucker or romantic comedies."
Q: How do you use "You sucker"?
A: It's something you say to people after tricking them
Q: I'm a sucker for English. does this sound natural?
A: This means you love to study or hear English :)

Meanings and usages of similar words and phrases

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