Phrasal verb: tuck somebody in

A variation of this phrasal verb is ‘tuck somebody up’ which is used in British English.

tuck somebody in – to make someone comfortable in bed, especially a child, by arranging the covers around them

This is a popular phrasal verb and is used in many English-speaking countries. Do you say something similar in your own language? Did you enjoy being tucked in when you were a child or do you prefer doing the tucking in?

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