Meaning of TUCKER in English

TUCKER

I. tuck ‧ er 1 /ˈtʌkə $ -ər/ BrE AmE verb

[ Date: 1800-1900 ; Origin: tuck 'to criticize angrily' ( ⇨ ↑ tuck 1 ) + -er (as in batter ) ]

tucker somebody out phrasal verb [usually passive]

American English informal to make someone very tired:

By the end of the day, we were all pretty tuckered out.

II. tucker 2 BrE AmE noun [uncountable] Australian English informal

food

⇨ your best bib and tucker at ↑ bib (3)

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English.      Longman - Словарь современного английского языка.