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famished

adjective  us   /ˈfæm·ɪʃt/ infml
very hungry: I’m famished! When do we eat?
Translations of “famished”
in Arabic جائع جِدّا…
in Korean 굶주린…
in Malaysian sangat lapar…
in French affamé…
in Italian affamato, famelico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 非常飢餓的…
in Vietnamese rất đói…
in Spanish famélico, hambriento…
in Portuguese morto de fome, com fome de leão…
in Thai หิวมาก…
in German ausgehungert…
in Catalan mort de gana…
in Japanese 飢えた, すごくお腹が減っている…
in Indonesian kelaparan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 非常饥饿的…
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