[yoo-ker] /ˈyu kər/
Cards. a game played by two, three, or four persons, usually with the 32, but sometimes with the 28 or 24, highest cards in the pack.
an instance of euchring or being euchred.
verb (used with object), euchred, euchring.
to get the better of (an opponent) in a hand at euchre by the opponent’s failure to win three tricks after having made the trump.
Slang. to cheat; swindle.
a US and Canadian card game similar to écarté for two to four players, using a poker pack with joker
an instance of euchring another player, preventing him from making his contracted tricks
to prevent (a player) from making his contracted tricks
(usually foll by out) (US & Canadian, Austral & NZ, informal) to outwit or cheat
(Austral & NZ, informal) to ruin or exhaust
card game, 1846, American English, of unknown origin.
To outwit, esp by cheating; scam (1855+)
[yoo-kerd] /ˈyu kərd/ adjective, Australian Informal. 1. utterly done in or at the end of one’s tether; exhausted. [yoo-ker] /ˈyu kər/ noun 1. Cards. a game played by two, three, or four persons, usually with the 32, but sometimes with the 28 or 24, highest cards in the pack. 2. an instance of euchring or […]
[yoo-kroh-muh-tin] /yuˈkroʊ mə tɪn/ noun, Genetics. 1. the part of a chromosome that condenses maximally during metaphase and contains most of the genetically active material. /juːˈkrəʊmətɪn/ noun 1. the part of a chromosome that constitutes the major genes and does not stain strongly with basic dyes when the cell is not dividing Compare heterochromatin euchromatin […]
[yoo-kroh-muh-sohm] /yuˈkroʊ məˌsoʊm/ noun, Genetics. 1. .
[oi-kuh n] /ˈɔɪ kən/ noun 1. Rudolph Christoph [roo-dawlf kris-tawf] /ˈru dɔlf ˈkrɪs tɔf/ (Show IPA), 1846–1926, German philosopher: Nobel Prize in Literature 1908. /German ˈɔykən/ noun 1. Rudolph Christoph (ˈruːdɔlf ˈkrɪstɔf). 1846–1926, German idealist philosopher: Nobel prize for literature 1908