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famishedadjective

us   /ˈfæm·ɪʃt/ infml
very hungry: I’m famished! When do we eat?
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famishedadjective

uk   /ˈfæm.ɪʃt/ us   /ˈfæm.ɪʃt/ informal
extremely hungry: Have some dinner with us - you must be famished!
(Definition of famished from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “famished”
in Korean 굶주린…
in Arabic جائع جِدّا…
in Malaysian sangat lapar…
in French affamé…
in Chinese (Traditional) 非常飢餓的…
in Italian affamato, famelico…
in Spanish muerto de hambre, famélico, hambriento…
in Vietnamese rất đói…
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 Chinese (Simplified) 非常饥饿的…
in Indonesian kelaparan…
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