Portuguese translation of 'nibble'
1. mordiscar, beliscar
2. (animal) roer
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Example Sentences Including 'nibble'
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As I nibbled at the biscuit my case was discussed over my head.Seminary Boy (2006)
Spread-betters had a nibble at the FTSE 100 after the index had its longest losing streak in nearly nine years.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Spread-betters were nibbling on the price of sugar yesterday as they backed the commodity to rise still farther.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
At worst, a dip in a calm pool with some gently nibbling fish can't be bad for the soul.The Sun (2010)
In some gardens small snails nibble the buds.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Perhaps something to nibble on before, and cheese and salad or a pudding after.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
She nibbles a little more of her lunch.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
They feel safety margins are being nibbled away in the name of economy and efficiency.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
These are perfect after a heavy meal when you just want a nibble of something sweet to go with a cup of tea.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
They could sip ginger tea, though offering them ginger biscuits to nibble before and during the sailing might get a better reception.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
He survived thanks to having only a small nibble.The Sun (2012)
Make sure your party food has something for little mouths to nibble on.The Sun (2013)
Many serve cheese and meaty nibbles.The Sun (2007)
Programme this gadget via an app and it comes out to nibble away at your lawn automatically.The Sun (2015)
Successive governments have nibbled away at defence.The Sun (2014)
Spread-betters were nibbling on McDonald's share price before quarterly results tomorrow.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
They had great pace but didn't have people that nibbled it around.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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'nibble' in Other Languages
British English: nibble VERB
If you nibble food, you eat it by biting very small pieces of it.
She lay on the couch, nibbling popcorn.
He nibbled at the corner of a piece of toast.
Translation of nibble from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary