tuck-in


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tuck-in

[ˈtʌkˈɪn] N (Brit) → banquetazo m, comilona f
to have a good tuck-indarse un atracón

tuck-in

n (inf)Essen nt; to have a (good) tuck-inkräftig zulangen, ordentlich futtern (inf)or reinhauen (inf)
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Although it is hard to envision a bigger transaction than the WCN/BIN merger already announced, 2016 is likely to be characterized by robust tuck-in acquisition activity as well.
Kendall Hunt stated that the firm is looking to proceed its historical strategy of technology tuck-in acquisitions.
I would no doubt rail against this grotesque monstrosity for robbing the poor to give to the rich, but at the same time you might just catch me enjoying a plate of chips in non other than Fryer Tuck-in's Burger Bar!
"McWilliams provides an excellent 'tuck-in' opportunity for [existing forging operation] Wyman-Gordon, producing components sized between those manufactured at our Lincoln, England, and Cleveland facilities," said Mark Donegan, Precision's chairman and chief executive officer.
A number of vendors in the top quarter of the HCI 100 made some interesting tuck-in acquisitions, notably Alpharetta, Ga.-based McKesson's (#1) purchase of reimbursement-focused Portico Systems and UK hospital software vendor System C.
The Sandestin Santa Tuck-In Program gives children a chance to mingle with Kris Kringle in the comfort of their own guest room or villa.
SAP will likely to do smaller "tuck-in" acquisitions following its $2.4B deal to purchase CallidusCloud but investors should not expects large deals in the near future, CNBC reports, citing an interview with CEO Bill McDermott.
When your garden has the post-winter blahs, tiny tuck-in plants come to the rescue, filling gaps with a filigree of flowers.
Similarly, Healthland (#59) made a small tuck-in acquisition, continuing its focus on critical access hospitals by purchasing American Healthnet.
The analyst, who admits he should have upgraded the shares post the company's Q1 results, says his new price target reflects the rolling impact of a better deal environment and gives Republic Services credit for spending at least $100M per year "for the foreseeable future on tuck-ins." The combination of "real price, stable volume and deals" supports walking margins up about 30 basis points per year to the low 30% level over several years, Hoffman tells investors in a research note.
"Tuck-ins are tuck-ins, but transformative deals are transformative deals," SAP's McDermott said in a conference call.