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1. (usually foll by: to) to yield weakly; give in
[C17: from obsolete truckle to sleep in a truckle bed; see truckle²]ˈtruckler n
1. (Furniture) a small wheel; caster
2. (Cookery) a small barrel-shaped cheese
3. (Furniture) (intr) to roll on truckles
4. (Furniture) (tr) to push (a piece of furniture) along on truckles
[C15 trokel, from Anglo-Norman trocle, from Latin trochlea sheaf of a pulley; see trochlea]
truck•le (ˈtrʌk əl)
v.i. -led, -ling.
to submit or yield obsequiously or tamely (usu. fol. by to).
[1660–70; figurative use of obsolete truckle to sleep on a truckle bed. See truckle2]
Past participle: truckled
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