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    Главная » 2009 » Октябрь » 17

    Since I am feeling hungry by the end of the day, I want to talk to you about food.

    There are many slang expressions about it. “Food” itself has 2 synonyms: chow and grub, which are both close to our Russian word жратва. Hence the word chowhound, meaning a person who eats too much.
    Here are some verbs meaning more or less the same as eat:
    There is a funny idiom, referring evidently to horses — to put on the feedbag, which also means to eat.
    To chow down
    Or simply to down — are relatively neutral synonyms of “eat”.
    Dig in means start eating.
    Here are more emotional verbs, that have slight additional coloring:
    To scarf up/To pig out/To mack out all mean to eat greedily, or to eat too much.
    To wolf something down or to shovel it ... Читать дальше »

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