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Significado de “chew” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "chew" - Diccionario Inglés

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chewverb [I or T]

uk   /tʃuː/  us   /tʃuː/
B2 to ​crushfood into ​smaller, ​softerpieces with the ​teeth so that it can be ​swallowed: This ​meat is ​difficult to chew. You don't chew ​yourfood enough - that's why you get ​indigestion.
B2 to ​bite something with ​yourteeth, usually in ​order to ​tasteitsflavour: Would you like some ​gum to chew? She gave the ​children some ​sweets to chew (on) during the ​longcarjourney. She ​sat in the dentist's ​waitingroom, ​nervously chewing (at) (= ​biting) her ​nails.

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chewnoun [C]

uk   /tʃuː/  us   /tʃuː/
(Definition of chew from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "chew" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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chewverb [I/T]

 us   /tʃu/
to ​crushfood into ​smaller, ​softerpieces with the ​teeth so that it is ​easier to ​swallow: [T] The ​steak was ​tough and hard to chew.
(Definition of chew from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “chew”
en coreano -을 씹다…
en árabe يَمْضُغ…
in Malaysian kunyah…
en francés mãcher…
en ruso жевать, пережевывать…
en chino (tradicionál) 咀嚼, 嚼碎, (為品嚐味道而)嚼,咬…
en italiano masticare…
en turco çiğnemek, tıka basa doldurup çiğnemek…
en polaco pogryźć, żuć…
en español masticar, mascar…
in Vietnamese nhai…
en portugués mastigar…
in Thai เคี้ยว…
en alemán kauen…
en catalán mastegar…
en japonés かむ…
en chino (simplificado) 咀嚼, 嚼碎, (为品尝味道而)嚼,咬…
in Indonesian mengunyah…
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“chew” in British English

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