To suck up

to draw into the mouth; to draw up by suction or absorption.

See also: Suck

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Without this technique, like hanging off the back wheel to enhance traction and eke out extra jump height, tipping into landings to suck up maximum momentum, or rocking back and forth to skim through a section of speed bumps with the most speed, Monster Energy Supercross will only ever be frustrating.
Or our Chancellor and future PM Gordon Brown who goes up on stage to suck up to England rugby hero Johnny Wilkinson and caps champagne in his budget "in anticipation of England's World Cup success"?