1. [mid-19C–1920s] (also dook (it), duke it, ring the dukes) to shake hands, to welcome.
2. [1920s+] (also dook (it), duke it, ...on) to give out, to hand over; to bribe.
3. [1930s+] (also duck) to fight with the fists.
4. [1960s+] to inform.
5. [1990s+] (US black) to have sexual intercourse.
[1920s] (Aus. und.) to overwhelm and confuse (a potential victim) with words.
1. [1930s+] to introduce, to bring in to a plan or group; also as n.
2. [1950s+] to fool, to trick.
3. [1960s] to give a share.
see senses 1 and 2 above.
1. [1930s+] (US) to fight with fists.
2. [1990s+] to argue, to dispute; to challenge.
see sense 2 above.
see separate entries.