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 us   /ˈɡɑb·əl/
  • gobble verb (EAT)

[T] to ​eatquickly and sometimes with a lot of ​noise: [M] She gobbled up/down her ​lunch and ​hurried back.
  • gobble verb (MAKE NOISE)

[I] to make the ​sound of a ​maleturkey (= a ​largebird)
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