eaten


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eat·en

 (ēt′n)
v.
Past participle of eat.
Translations

eaten

[ˈiːtən] pp of eateaten up adj
to be eaten up with sth (= consumed with) → être rongé(e) par qch, être dévoré(e) de qch
References in classic literature ?
And to the rest she added a pint of milk, two eggs, four spoons of sugar, nutmeg, and some crackers, put it in a deep dish, and baked it till it was brown and nice, and next day it was eaten by a family named March.
They have been put in barrels and shipped to the cities where they will be eaten in apartments that are filled with books, magazines, furniture, and people.
You must soon get under the nets or you will be eaten alive
I've eaten your mother's kolaches long before that Easter Day when you were born.
asked Edna, seeing that her husband arose from table without having eaten a morsel except a taste of the highly-seasoned soup.
This mournful scene exhibited a horror almost unparalleled: Some torn and eaten by wild beasts; those in the river eaten by fishes; all in such a putrified condition, that no one could be distinguished from another.
These supplied material for petty activity to a mind that would otherwise have been eaten up with rust.
It was after a great feast given by his father the king, on the gaining of a great battle wherein fifty of the enemy had been killed by about two o'clock in the afternoon, and all cooked and eaten that very evening.
When he had eaten all he wanted he would have what he called fun with the colts, throwing stones and sticks at them to make them gallop.
screams Marija Berczynskas, and falls to work herself-- for there is more upon the stove inside that will be spoiled if it be not eaten.
The boys, having eaten everything there was on the breakfast-table, began now to take some thought of the case; and, seeing their mother crying, and their father looking very sad, began to whimper and put their hands to their eyes.
A good many dinners were not completed, yet, but no matter, they could be eaten cold, after the battle; therefore everybody crowded forth to see.