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Pronunciation of Buckle: Learn how to pronounce Buckle in English correctly

Learn how to say Buckle correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word buckle:

noun
a flat, typically rectangular frame with a hinged pin, used for joining the ends of a belt or strap:
most rucksacks have quick release buckles
a belt buckle
a similarly shaped ornament on a shoe:
black shoes with ornate buckles
verb
1 [with object] fasten or decorate with a buckle:
he buckled his belt
[no object] (buckle up) fasten one’s seat belt in a car or aircraft:
it is advisable to buckle up as some of the mountain roads require skilful manoeuvring
2 [no object] bend and give way under pressure or strain:
the earth buckled under the titanic stress
[with object] bend (something) out of shape:
a lorry backed into the wall and buckled the gate
(of a person) suffer a psychological collapse as a result of stress:
a weaker person might have buckled under the strain
Phrasal Verbs
buckle down
tackle a task with determination:
they will buckle down to negotiations over the next few months
buckle to
dated make a determined effort.
Origin:
Middle English: from Old French bocle, from Latin buccula ‘cheek strap of a helmet’, from bucca ‘cheek’. sense 2 of the verb is from French boucler ‘to bulge’