Definition of 'munch'
Example sentences containing 'munch'
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Today he's happily munching a cheese sandwich and talking about wild swimming. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Just buy a sandwich and munch away at your desk. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He chose teams by munching morsels of food under their flags. The Sun (2014)You can feel it munching away at your flesh. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Staff denied reports he was munching away at their tomato crop. The Sun (2008)Chop up apple and carrot and let them munch away. The Sun (2014)Now munching away on my algae with my fish and the other two that snails in my tank. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It placed its huge snout in my hand and took out the offering before heading off to munch away. The Sun (2013)Holding a conversation over the phone while checking e-mails and munching on a sandwich comes naturally to most office workers. Times, Sunday Times (2006)If they see a parked motorist munching a sandwich, they have been known to knock on the window and demand a bite. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We walked 10 minutes to where the cyclists were passing, munching our sandwiches. The Sun (2014)A number of them took him up and the following morning there were 100 head of cattle munching away at the turf. The Sun (2009)
Trends of 'munch'
Used Rarely. munch is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'munch'
British English: munch VERB
If you munch food, you eat it by chewing it slowly, thoroughly, and rather noisily.
They munched the sandwiches.
His son munched appreciatively.
Definition of munch from the Collins English Dictionary
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