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munchverb [I/T]

 us   /mʌntʃ/
to ​eat something with a ​loudchewingsound, or to ​snack (= ​eat a ​smallamount of ​food between ​meals): [I] He was munching on an ​apple.
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munchverb [I or T]

uk   /mʌntʃ/  us   /mʌntʃ/
to ​eat something, ​especiallynoisily: He was munching on an ​apple. We ​watched her munch her way through a ​bag of ​peanuts.

munchnoun [U]

uk   /mʌntʃ/  us   /mʌntʃ/ UK informal
(Definition of munch from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “munch”
in Korean 우적우적 먹다…
in Arabic يَقضُم…
in Malaysian mengunyah…
in French mastiquer…
in Russian грызть, чавкать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大聲咀嚼…
in Italian sgranocchiare…
in Turkish döke saça/hatur hutur yemek…
in Polish chrupać…
in Spanish mascar, masticar…
in Vietnamese nhai trệu trạo…
in Portuguese mastigar…
in Thai เคี้ยวเสียงดัง…
in German mampfen…
in Catalan mastegar sorollosament…
in Japanese もぐもぐ(むしゃむしゃ)食べる…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大声咀嚼…
in Indonesian mengunyah…
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