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munch

 (mŭnch)
v. munched, munch·ing, munch·es
v.intr.
1. To chew food audibly or with a steady working of the jaws.
2. To eat with pleasure.
v.tr.
To chew or eat (food) audibly or with pleasure.

[Middle English monchen.]

munch′er n.

munch

(mʌntʃ)
vb
(Cookery) to chew (food) steadily, esp with a crunching noise
[C14 monche, of imitative origin; compare crunch]
ˈmuncher n

Munch

(mʊŋk)
n
(Biography) Edvard (ˈɛdvard). 1863–1944, Norwegian painter and engraver, whose works, often on the theme of death, include The Scream (1893); a major influence on the expressionists, esp on die Brücke

munch

(mʌntʃ)

v.t.
to chew steadily or vigorously and often audibly.
[1400–50; late Middle English monchen; of expressive orig.]
munch′a•ble, adj., n.
munch′er, n.

Munch

(mʊŋk)

n.
Edvard, 1863–1944, Norwegian painter.

munch


Past participle: munched
Gerund: munching

Imperative
munch
munch
Present
I munch
you munch
he/she/it munches
we munch
you munch
they munch
Preterite
I munched
you munched
he/she/it munched
we munched
you munched
they munched
Present Continuous
I am munching
you are munching
he/she/it is munching
we are munching
you are munching
they are munching
Present Perfect
I have munched
you have munched
he/she/it has munched
we have munched
you have munched
they have munched
Past Continuous
I was munching
you were munching
he/she/it was munching
we were munching
you were munching
they were munching
Past Perfect
I had munched
you had munched
he/she/it had munched
we had munched
you had munched
they had munched
Future
I will munch
you will munch
he/she/it will munch
we will munch
you will munch
they will munch
Future Perfect
I will have munched
you will have munched
he/she/it will have munched
we will have munched
you will have munched
they will have munched
Future Continuous
I will be munching
you will be munching
he/she/it will be munching
we will be munching
you will be munching
they will be munching
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been munching
you have been munching
he/she/it has been munching
we have been munching
you have been munching
they have been munching
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been munching
you will have been munching
he/she/it will have been munching
we will have been munching
you will have been munching
they will have been munching
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been munching
you had been munching
he/she/it had been munching
we had been munching
you had been munching
they had been munching
Conditional
I would munch
you would munch
he/she/it would munch
we would munch
you would munch
they would munch
Past Conditional
I would have munched
you would have munched
he/she/it would have munched
we would have munched
you would have munched
they would have munched
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.munch - Norwegian painter (1863-1944)Munch - Norwegian painter (1863-1944)  
2.munch - a large bite; "he tried to talk between munches on the sandwich"
chomp, bite - the act of gripping or chewing off with the teeth and jaws
Verb1.munch - chew noisily; "The children crunched the celery sticks"
chew, manducate, masticate, jaw - chew (food); to bite and grind with the teeth; "He jawed his bubble gum"; "Chew your food and don't swallow it!"; "The cows were masticating the grass"

munch

verb chew, champ, crunch, chomp, scrunch, masticate Sheep were munching their way through a yellow carpet of leaves.

munch

verb
To bite and grind with the teeth:
Regional: chaw.
Translations
يَمْضُغ بِصَوْتٍ عالٍ
přežvykovatžmoulatžvýkat
gumle
ahmiarouskuttaa
csámcsogva rág
maula, bryîja
čiaumoti
skali košļāt

munch

[mʌntʃ]
A. VTmascar, masticar
B. VImascar, masticar

munch

[ˈmʌntʃ]
vt [+ food] → mâcher
vimâcher

munch

vtimampfen (inf)

munch

[mʌntʃ] vt & visgranocchiare

munch

(mantʃ) verb
to chew (food etc) noisily with the lips closed. She was munching her toast.
References in classic literature ?
I eat when I can get it, and munch my crust when I can get no crumb; likewise, when there is no ale to be had I wash the dust from out my throat with a trickle of cold water.
And as he struggled to absorb the enormity of the biggest upset in darts history, Munch said: "There were so many English fans singing my name, and for me that's not normal.
The inclusion of Monet's radiant The Thaw at Vetheuil (1880) and Pissarro's pointillist Haymaking, Eragny (1887) helps to demonstrate how Munch and Van Gogh adopted radical new approaches to light, colour, and composition, while refusing to settle for one particular mode of painting.
The Oregon Trails Collection includes Moose Munch Gourmet Popcorn in 8-ounce bags ($4.
Munch Bunch 30% Less Sugar is the lowest sugar fruit fromage frais for children on the market, containing less than one teaspoon of sugar per pot.
Lucy Burnett, senior community fundraiser at the charity said: "The giant mince pie is an amazing spectacle and a fantastic way for us to launch our Mince Pie Munch campaign.
Through his self-conscious reaching in [Edvard] Munch towards a highly subjective expressionist editing style, Watkins makes his own artistic 'breakthrough' of feeling in documentary every bit as significant as Edvard Munch's against naturalism in painting.
Munch estaba obsesionado por las secuelas, con frecuencia catastroficas, del amor: desesperacion, tristeza, angustia, celos.
Zainul Huda's brilliant unbeaten 100 off 42 balls enabled Munch Bakery to trounce Old Students by 95 runs while Husain's unbeaten 115 off 57 balls enabled Jamco to crush Peeran Warriors by 80 runs.
Munch believes each individual that suffers depression caused by very pain and suffering was the driving force behind his creative life.