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Synonyms for eat

have a meal

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Synonyms for eat

to take (food) into the body as nourishment

to do away with completely and destructively

to consume gradually, as by chemical reaction or friction

eat up: to eat completely or entirely

eat up: to be avidly interested in

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eat up: to like or enjoy enthusiastically, often excessively

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In addition, the world semiconductor ATE market directly depends on the cyclical trend the ATE customer base (consisting mainly of semiconductor, communication, and the consumer sectors) goes through.
The social worker remarked that the residents ate better when they ate in the dining room.
In addition, children of women who ate no or small amounts of fish (less than 12 ounces) during pregnancy had more behavioral and social problems than children whose mothers ate plenty (more than 12 ounces) of fish.
Women who ate nuts or seeds more than four times a week were 40 percent less likely to die of coronary heart disease than similar women who didn't eat nuts.
What was really cool was when my mom stopped eating meat also because she agreed with me and did not want to see Jaylin cry forever because Big Bird and Dorothy were gone for good because someone ate them.
Of 300 potential controls randomly selected from factory workers who ate in the cafeteria on July 11 or 12, 291 (97%) responded to the questionnaire.
When researchers injected the hormones into rats' brains, the animals ate 8 to 10 times more food than normal within a few hours.
Yet the 18 dairy-dieters in Zemel's Yoplait study ate yogurt, not cheese.
Another study found that teens who described themselves as vegetarian (half of whom ate meat and therefore were not really vegetarian) were more weight-conscious and more likely to have been told they had an eating disorder.
When we ate bread," she says, "my grandmother would brush the crumbs into her hands and feed them to the chickens.
The caterpillars that ate carbon-enriched leaves consumed up to 40 percent more plant material than their brethren did.
The patient reported that he ate a seafood salad in the canteen of his work place on 5 June and that three out of the four persons who ate the same kind of salad also had abdominal symptoms.
If all 100,000 ate farmed salmon from Washington state or Chile once a month, the number of cancer cases would climb by just one, to 33,001.
adults ate and looked for connections between their diets and the occurrence of certain diseases.