Chew

  • 1 Chew Fu — Birth name Peter Jack Kardolus Also known as Chew Fu Phat, Chew Fu, DJ Mac Attack, Pay Tur P.K., Phantom 309 Origin Almere, Netherlands Genres Electronic, Remix, House …

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  • 2 Chew — Жевание Обложка 1 выпуска серии …

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  • 3 chew on — ˈchew on [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they chew on he/she/it chews on present participle chewing on past tense chewed on past partic …

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  • 4 chew — [cho͞o] vt. [ME chewen < OE ceowan, to bite, chew < IE base * gjeu , to chew > Pers ǰavidan, Ger kauen] 1. to bite and grind or crush with the teeth; masticate ☆ 2. Slang to rebuke severely; reprimand: usually with out vi. 1. to chew… …

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  • 5 chew — chew; chew·er; chew·et; chew·ings; es·chew; es·chew·al; re·chew; …

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  • 6 chew — O.E. ceowan to bite, gnaw, chew, from W.Gmc. *keuwwan (Cf. M.L.G. keuwen, Du. kauwen, O.H.G. kiuwan), from PIE root *gyeu to chew (Cf. O.C.S. ЕЅivo to chew, Lith. ЕЅiaunos jaws, Pers. javidan to chew ). Related …

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  • 7 chew — ► VERB 1) bite and work (food) in the mouth to make it easier to swallow. 2) (chew over) discuss or consider at length. 3) (chew out) N. Amer. informal reprimand severely. ► NOUN 1) an instance of chewing. 2) …

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  • 8 chew — (ch[udd]), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Chewed} (ch[udd]d); p. pr. & vb. n. {Chewing}.] [As ce[ o]wan, akin to D. kauwen, G. kauen. Cf. {Chaw}, {Jaw}.] 1. To bite and grind with the teeth; to masticate. [1913 Webster] 2. To ruminate mentally; to meditate …

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  • 9 chew|y — «CHOO ee», adjective, chew|i|er, chew|i|est. requiring much chewing: »tough chewy meat. –chew´i|ness, noun …

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  • 10 Chew — Chew, v. i. To perform the action of biting and grinding with the teeth; to ruminate; to meditate. [1913 Webster] old politicians chew wisdom past. Pope. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 11 Chew — ist der Familienname von: Bindee Goon Chew (* 1975), australische Skeletonsportlerin Geoffrey Chew (* 1924), US amerikanischer theoretischer Physiker Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Unterscheidung mehrerer mit demselb …

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  • 12 Chew — Chew, n. That which is chewed; that which is held in the mouth at once; a cud. [Law] [1913 Webster] …

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  • 13 chew — [v1] grind with teeth bite, champ, chaw, chomp, crunch, dispatch, feast upon, gnaw, gulp, gum, manducate, masticate, munch, nibble, rend, ruminate, scrunch; concepts 169,185 chew [v2] think about deeply consider, deliberate, meditate, mull, mull… …

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  • 14 chew on — (or over) (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb To think or think about carefully and at length: cogitate, consider, contemplate, deliberate, entertain, excogitate, meditate, mull, muse1, ponder, reflect, revolve, ruminate, study, think, think out, think… …

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  • 15 chew|er — «CHOO uhr», noun. 1. a person who chews (gum, tobacco, food). 2. Figurative. a person who meditates or studies a problem. 3. a ruminant animal, such as a cow, goat, or sheep …

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  • 16 chew — chew1 [tʃu:] v [: Old English; Origin: ceowan] 1.) [I and T] to bite food several times before swallowing it ▪ This meat s so tough I can hardly chew it! chew at/on ▪ a dog chewing on a bone 2.) [I and T] to bite something continuously in order… …

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  • 17 chew — chew1 [ tʃu ] verb ** intransitive or transitive to use your teeth to bite food in your mouth into small pieces so that you can swallow it: High fiber foods take longer to chew. chew on: He was chewing on his meat as if he found it hard to… …

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  • 18 chew — 1 verb 1 (I, T) to bite food several times before swallowing it: This meat s so tough I can hardly chew it! (+ at/on): a dog chewing on a bone 2 (intransitive + transitive) to bite something repeatedly in order to taste it or because you are… …

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  • 19 chew — [[t]tʃu͟ː[/t]] chews, chewing, chewed 1) VERB When you chew food, you use your teeth to break it up in your mouth so that it becomes easier to swallow. [V n] Be certain to eat slowly and chew your food extremely well... [V at/on n] Daniel leaned… …

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  • 20 chew — I UK [tʃuː] / US [tʃu] verb Word forms chew : present tense I/you/we/they chew he/she/it chews present participle chewing past tense chewed past participle chewed ** [intransitive/transitive] to use your teeth to bite food in your mouth into… …

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