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nosh

noun uk   /nɒʃ/ us    /nɑːʃ/
[C or U] UK old-fashioned slang food or a meal: They serve good nosh in the cafeteria. [U] US informal a small amount of food eaten between meals or as a meal: I'll just have a little nosh at lunchtime, perhaps a hot dog.

nosh

verb [I] uk   /nɒʃ/ us    /nɑːʃ/ informal
to eat: US We noshed on a burger before the match.
(Definition of nosh from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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