eats


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eats

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

eats

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

eats

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eats

[i>ːts] NPLcomida fsing, comestibles mpl
let's get some eatsvamos a comer algo
References in classic literature ?
But Stubb, he eats the whale by its own light, does he?
Near by is another tribe that eats donkey-meat--a custom most revolting to the surrounding tribes that do not eat donkey.
If you want me to eat them, please peel them for me.
She had picked up enough bugs and insects from the moss as she went along to satisfy her own hunger, but the hen knew Dorothy could not eat bugs; nor could Toto.
You must eat as you kiss, so exacting are the joys of the mouth,--talking, for example.
May I be hanged," said Danglars, glancing at the bandit's dinner through the crevices of the door, -- "may I be hanged if I can understand how people can eat such filth
It was on this adventure that he found the young weasel whose mother he had helped eat, and he saw to it that the young weasel went the way of its mother.
When he comes from the fire, his body shall be divided into many small pieces so that every man may eat of him and thereby get his portion of strength and courage.
It's on the table, so you can eat it when you get hungry.
My poor, dear mother used to say she liked to see me eat, and it has always been a pleasant reflection to me since that I must have given her much gratification in that direction.
Their way of dressing their meat, an European, till he hath been long accustomed to it, can hardly be persuaded to like; everything they eat smells strong and swims with butter.
A nice country this is," he grumbled, "where a respectable horse has to eat pink grass