Hindi translation of 'chew'
Word forms: chews, chewing, chewed
transitive or intransitive verb
When you chew food, you break it up with your teeth and make it easier to swallow.चबाना/चबा दिया जाना
You should chew each mouthful fifteen times before you swallow. Polly took a bite of the apple, chewed and swallowed.
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Example Sentences Including 'chew'
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Between takes he smokes and chews gum.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Chewing gum can remove up to 100million bacteria in just ten minutes, reducing your risk of tooth decay.The Sun (2017)
Or why not buy 2.1m penny chews?Times, Sunday Times (2006)
She has also chewed through one pair of my slippers and is keenly eyeing up the next.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
We just sat down and had a cup of tea and chewed the fat for way longer than we should have.The Sun (2016)
For the next hour, coach and player chewed the fat.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
And you might try chewing your food more slowly.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
We sought safety and comfort in penny chews.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
One chewed gum while the other had no gum and kept their jaws still.The Sun (2010)
Or that chewing gum for three minutes can have the same effect?The Sun (2016)
Other teeth in the skull were too small to have allowed the animal to have chewed food well.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
She must get through loads of chewing gum too.The Sun (2015)
The Hangover star has quit tobacco chewing but it sounds like he could take up the habit again.The Sun (2011)
The former Bond star said he was not aware similar goods are a form of chewing tobacco.The Sun (2016)
The man needs plastic surgery after the diseased animal chewed off most of his lobe as he lay on a park bench.The Sun (2017)
They're chewing into their fat stores.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Food needs chewing and we have no teeth in our stomachs.Bad Breath (1994)
It was a place people would come to get chewing tobacco and stuff like that.Christianity Today (2000)
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'chew' in Other Languages
British English: chew /tʃuː/ VERB
When you chew food, you break it up with your teeth and make it easier to swallow.
Be certain to eat slowly and chew your food extremely well.
He leaned back on the sofa, still chewing on his apple.
- American English: chew
- Arabic: يَـمْضُغُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: mastigar
- Chinese: 嚼
- Croatian: žvakati
- Czech: žvýkat
- Danish: tygge
- Dutch: kauwen
- European Spanish: masticar
- Finnish: pureskella
- French: mâcher
- German: kauen
- Greek: μασώ
- Italian: masticare
- Japanese: 噛む
- Korean: 씹다
- Norwegian: tygge
- Polish: przeżuć
- European Portuguese: mastigar
- Romanian: a mesteca
- Russian: жевать
- Spanish: masticar
- Swedish: tugga
- Thai: เคี้ยว
- Turkish: çiğnemek
- Ukrainian: жувати
- Vietnamese: nhai
Translation of chew from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary