eats


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eats

 (ēts)
pl.n. Slang
Food, especially snacks.

eats

(iːts)
pl n
informal articles of food; provisions
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.eats - informal terms for a mealeats - informal terms for a meal    
fare - the food and drink that are regularly served or consumed

eats

noun
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eats

[i>ːts] NPLcomida fsing, comestibles mpl
let's get some eatsvamos a comer algo
References in classic literature ?
If she's mad with her, she eats one before her face, and doesn't offer even a suck.
I would give you food; but he who eats with a Huron should become his friend.
He never eats dumplings, he don't--he eats nothing but steaks, and likes 'em rare.
He comes to the table eager and hungry; he swallows his soup--there is an undefinable lack about it somewhere; thinks the fish is going to be the thing he wants-- eats it and isn't sure; thinks the next dish is perhaps the one that will hit the hungry place--tries it, and is conscious that there was a something wanting about it, also.
If fifteen cows is browsing on a hillside, how many of them eats with their heads pointed the same direction?
The widder eats by a bell; she goes to bed by a bell; she gits up by a bell -- everything's so awful reg'lar a body can't stand it.
besides dear Jane at presentand she really eats nothingmakes such a shocking breakfast, you would be quite frightened if you saw it.
He does his work, eats his food, and sleeps eternally
He's got sheep on th' moor that knows him, an' birds as comes an' eats out of his hand.
Let him have something to eat, and let him roam and look about him while he eats.
In my girdle I carried a secret medicine; he who eats of it, my father, will see the sun's shadow move no more, and will never look upon the stars again.
The Gods are first, and that advantage use On our belief, that all from them proceeds, I question it, for this fair Earth I see, Warm'd by the Sun, producing every kind, Them nothing: If they all things, who enclos'd Knowledge of Good and Evil in this Tree, That whoso eats thereof, forthwith attains Wisdom without their leave?