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  • 61Eat Me, Drink Me — Album par Marilyn Manson Marilyn Manson f10300967.jpg Sortie 4 juin 2007 en France Enregistrement Hollywood, Californie, États Unis Durée …

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  • 62eat one's heart out — {v. phr.} To grieve long and hopelessly; to become thin and weak from sorrow. * /For months after her husband s death, Joanne simply ate her heart out./ * /We sometimes hear of a dog eating its heart out for a dead owner./ …

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  • 63eat one's heart out — {v. phr.} To grieve long and hopelessly; to become thin and weak from sorrow. * /For months after her husband s death, Joanne simply ate her heart out./ * /We sometimes hear of a dog eating its heart out for a dead owner./ …

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  • 64Eat at Home — Single par Paul McCartney extrait de l’album Ram Face A Eat At Home Face B Smile Away Sortie août 1971 Enregistrement …

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  • 65eat something away — ˌeat sthaˈway derived to reduce or destroy sth gradually Syn: ↑erode • The coastline is being eaten away year by year. Main entry: ↑eatderived …

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  • 66eat dust — US informal : to breathe the dust that has been raised into the air by the vehicle that is moving in front of you He said, “Eat my dust!” as he jumped in his car and drove away. often used figuratively They ve left other companies eating their… …

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  • 67eat up — verb 1. finish eating all the food on one s plate or on the table (Freq. 2) She polished off the remaining potatoes • Syn: ↑finish, ↑polish off • Hypernyms: ↑eat • Hyponyms: ↑ …

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  • 68eat — [c]/it / (say eet) verb (ate /eɪt / (say ayt), /ɛt / (say et) or, Archaic, eat, eaten /ˈitn / (say eetn) or, Archaic, eat /ɛt / (say …

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  • 69eat — v. (past ate; past part. eaten) 1 a tr. take into the mouth, chew, and swallow (food). b intr. consume food; take a meal. c tr. devour (eaten by a lion). 2 intr. (foll. by (away) at, into) a destroy gradually, esp. by corrosion, erosion, disease …

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  • 70eat — [[t]it[/t]] v. ate [[t]eɪt[/t]] esp. brit. [[t]ɛt[/t]] eat•en [[t]ˈit n[/t]] eat•ing, 1) phl to take into the mouth and swallow for nourishment; chew and swallow (food) 2) to consume gradually; wear away; corrode 3) cvb to use up, esp. wastefully …

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  • 71eat up — Synonyms and related words: ablate, absorb, adore, and sinker, appreciate, assimilate, banquet, bask in, be a sucker, be pleased with, be taken in, bite, bleed white, bolt, burn up, consume, delight in, deplete, derive pleasure from, devour,… …

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  • 72Eat Bulaga! — Infobox television bgcolor=#c00 fgcolor=#fff show name = Eat Bulaga! caption = Present logo of Eat Bulaga! format = Variety show picture format = 480i SDTV camera = Multiple camera setup runtime = Approx. 2.5 hours (Monday Friday) 2.5 hours… …

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  • 73eat — I. verb (ate; eaten; eating) Etymology: Middle English eten, from Old English etan; akin to Old High German ezzan to eat, Latin edere, Greek edmenai Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. to take in through the mouth as food ; ingest, chew …

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  • 74eat — v 1. take a meal, fare, break bread, dine, sup, lunch, breakfast, Sl. put or tie on the feedbag, snack, nosh; feed, take sustenance, take in nourishment, refresh the inner man, ingest, consume; masticate, chew, munch, champ, crunch, bite, nibble; …

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  • 75eat one's heart out — PINE, long, ache, brood, mope, fret, sigh, sorrow, yearn, agonize; grieve, mourn, lament. → heart * * * phrasal : to grieve bitterly and without hope * * * eat one s heart out To pine away, brooding over misfortune • • • Main Entry: ↑eat …

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  • 76Eat at Home — Infobox Single Name = Eat At Home Artist = Paul McCartney and Linda McCartney from Album = Ram B side = Smile Away Released = 1971 Format = 7 Recorded = 1970 Genre = Rock Length = Label = Parlophone Writer = Paul McCartney Producer = Paul… …

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  • 77eat one’s heart out — 1. tv. to suffer from sorrow or grief. □ She has been eating her heart out over that jerk ever since he ran away with Tracy. □ Don’t eat your heart out. You really didn’t like him that much, did you? 2. tv. to suffer from envy or jealousy.… …

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  • 78Eat the Rich (film) — Infobox Film name=Eat the Rich director=Peter Richardson writer=Peter Richardson Pete Richens starring=Nosher Powell Ronald Allen Nigel Planer Miranda Richardson producer=Tim Van Rellim distributor= CBS/Fox Video Ltd. released=October 1987 (UK TV …

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  • 79eat up — (Roget s Thesaurus II) I verb 1. To eat completely or entirely: consume, devour, dispatch. Informal: polish off, put away. See INGESTION. 2. To use all of: consume, drain, draw down, exhaust, expend, finish, play out, run through, spend, use up.… …

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  • 80eat at — verb become ground down or deteriorate Her confidence eroded • Syn: ↑erode, ↑gnaw, ↑gnaw at, ↑wear away • Derivationally related forms: ↑wearing away (for: ↑ …

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