- 1 Post By BobK
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What's the meaning of the word "sucker" in the following context:
A: How can we get the money?
B: We could go to Minneapolis and hustle suckers for a weekend.
Does he mean, "trade in prpstitutes"? Can this meaningwork?
Thanks a lot.
So it can be like "fools"?
Thanks a lot for "John". I really mean it.
Originally Posted by maiabulela
A sucker isn't necessarily a fool, just a naive or unwary person who can easily be parted from his money by someone who takes advantage of his trusting nature.
Incidentally, I can see where your prostitute idea came from since Americans refer to them as hustlers.
Could gullible be used as the adjective of a sucker(in the sense you explained)?
Originally Posted by BobK
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