Definitions for munchmʌntʃ
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
to chew steadily or vigorously and often audibly.
Origin of munch:
1400–50; late ME monchen; of expressive orig.
Edvard, 1863–1944, Norwegian painter.
Munch, Edvard Munch(noun)
Norwegian painter (1863-1944)
a large bite
"he tried to talk between munches on the sandwich"
"The children crunched the celery sticks"
Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary
to chew steadily on sth crisp
a horse munching on an apple; a boy happily munching potato chips
A location or restaurant where good eating can be expected.
An act of eating.
We had a good munch at the chippy.
A casual meeting for those interested in BDSM, usually at a restaurant. See .
To chew with a grinding, crunching sound -- often used with on.
To eat vigorously or with excitement.
to chew with a grinding, crunching sound, as a beast chews provender; to chew deliberately or in large mouthfuls
The New Hacker's Dictionary
[often confused with mung, q.v.] To transform information in a serial fashion, often requiring large amounts of computation. To trace down a data structure. Related to crunch and nearly synonymous with grovel, but connotes less pain.
Translations for munch
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
to chew (food etc) noisily with the lips closed
She was munching her toast.
- raserig kouAfrikaans
- يَمْضُغ بِصَوْتٍ عالٍArabic
- mastigarPortuguese (BR)
- mascar, masticarSpanish
- csámcsogva rág(csál)Hungarian
- maula, bryðjaIcelandic
- 우적우적 먹다Korean
- skaļi košļātLatvian
- hoorbaar kauwenDutch
- gumle, knaskeNorwegian
- a mesteca, a molfăiRomanian
- жевать; чавкатьRussian
- mumsa på (i sig)Swedish
- 抿嘴嚼Chinese (Trad.)
- жувати; плямкатиUkrainian
- nhai trệu trạoVietnamese
- 用力咀嚼Chinese (Simp.)
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