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verb /tʃuː/
to break (food etc) with the teeth before swallowing
masticar, mascar
If you chew your food properly, it is easier to digest.
chewy adjective ( comparative chewier, superlative chewiest) (of food) needing to be chewed a lot before it is soft enough to swallow
a chewy piece of meat.
chewing gum noun a type of sweet/candy made from sweetened and flavoured gum
a packet/pack of chewing gum.
Translations of “chew”
in Korean -을 씹다…
in Arabic يَمْضُغ…
in French mãcher…
in Italian masticare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 咀嚼, 嚼碎, (為品嚐味道而)嚼,咬…
in Russian жевать, пережевывать…
in Turkish çiğnemek, tıka basa doldurup çiğnemek…
in Polish pogryźć, żuć…
in Portuguese mastigar…
in German kauen…
in Catalan mastegar…
in Japanese かむ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 咀嚼, 嚼碎, (为品尝味道而)嚼,咬…
(Definition of chew from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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