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English-German translation for: [eat]
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Dictionary English German: [eat]

Translation 1 - 45 of 45

English German
prodigiously {adv} [eat]
23
üppig
prodigiously {adv} [eat, drink]ungeheuer viel
Verbs
gastr. to consume sth. [eat (and drink)]
533
etw.Akk. verzehren [geh.] [auch fachspr.] [essen (und trinken)]
to consume [eat]
456
essen
to guzzle [eat greedily]
294
fressen [derb] [gierig essen]
to scoff sth. [Br.] [coll.] [eat sth. quickly and greedily]
184
etw. verschlingen [etw. hastig und gierig essen]
zool. to feed [eat food]
66
fressen
to consume sth. [eat up]
65
etw.Akk. verspeisen [geh.]
to guzzle [eat]
47
futtern [ugs.]
to scoff [Br.] [coll.] [eat greedily]
42
verspachteln [ugs.] [aufessen]
to scoff sth. [Br.] [coll.] [eat sth. quickly and greedily]
40
etw. hinunterschlingen
to graze [to eat small portions of food throughout the day]
28
schnausen [regional] [schweiz.]
to slurp sth. [drink or eat sth. with a loud sucking noise]
6
etw. schlappern [ugs.] [regional] [etw. schlürfend trinken od. essen]
to woofle [eat/drink noisily]
6
schmatzen
to guttle sth. [archaic] [to eat greedily]etw.Akk. schlingen [gierig / hastig essen]
to munch [to eat with pleasure]sichDat. was Leckeres gönnen [ugs.] [mit Vergnügen essen]
to scoff sth. [Br.] [coll.] [eat sth. quickly and greedily]sichDat. den Bauch mit etw. vollschlagen [ugs.]
Nouns
gastr. [country feast to eat up meat from freshly slaughtered pigs]
5
Schlachtfest {n}
[someone who refuses to eat meat]Fleischverweigerer {m}
[state of ripeness of fruit when it is fit to eat]Genussreife {f}
[The one piece of food left that everybody wants but doesn't dare to eat]Anstandsstück {n} [hum.]
gastr. eatertainment [Am.] [portmanteau of "eat" and "entertainment"]Entertainment-Gastronomie {f}
2 Words: Others
Dig in. [coll.] [Just eat!]Hau rein! [ugs.] [Iss!]
Jeet jet? [Did you eat yet?] [Am.] [sl.]Hast du / habt ihr schon gegessen?
2 Words: Verbs
to binge on sth. [coll.] [eat to excess]sichAkk. mit etw.Dat. vollstopfen [ugs.] [gierig und viel essen]
to chow down [Am.] [coll.] [eat]zuschlagen [ugs.] [essen]
to live on sth. [subsist on sth., eat sth.]sichAkk. von etw.Dat. ernähren
to partake of sth. [formal] [eat or drink sth.]etw. zu sichDat. nehmen [geh.] [etw. essen od. trinken]
gastr. to polish sth. off [coll.] [eat all of sth.]etw.Akk. auffuttern [ugs.]
to polish sth. off [coll.] [eat all of sth.]etw.Akk. verkasematuckeln [ugs.] [regional] [aufessen]
gastr. to polish sth. off [coll.] [eat all of sth.]etw.Akk. verkonsumieren [ugs.] [Essen] [verzehren]
gastr. to polish sth. off [coll.] [eat all of sth.]etw.Akk. verposematuckeln [ugs.] [Essen] [verkasematuckeln]
gastr. to polish sth. off [coll.] [eat all of sth.]etw.Akk. wegputzen [ugs.] [aufessen]
to tuck in [Br.] [coll.] [eat]zuschlagen [ugs.] [essen]
to tuck in [coll.] [eat]reinhauen [ugs.] [essen]
to tuck into sth. [coll.] [to eat heartily]sichDat. etw. schmecken lassen [viel essen, sich reichlich nehmen]
2 Words: Nouns
agr. comm. food security ["enough to eat"; cf. food safety]Nahrungsmittelsicherheit {f} [„genug zu essen“, Ernährungssicherheit; vgl. Lebensmittelsicherheit]
3 Words: Others
Eat my shorts! [Am.] [sl.] [euphem. for eat shit]Leck mich! [ugs.] [vulg.]
Finish it up! [coll.] [Eat it all!]Iss auf!
Get stuck in! [Br.] [coll.] [Eat!]Schlag zu! [ugs.] [Iss!]
3 Words: Verbs
to have high tea [Br.] [to eat a light meal in the early evening, often including sandwiches, cakes and a cup of tea]Abendbrot essen
4 Words: Verbs
to eat like a pig [fig.] [pej.] [eat noisily and unpleasantly]fressen [derb] [pej.]
to live on nothing but ... [to eat only ...]sich nur von ... ernähren
5+ Words: Others
gastr. What kinda grub ya got? [Am.] [sl.] [What do you have to eat?]Was gibts zum Reinschmeißen / Einschmeißen? [ugs.]
5+ Words: Verbs
to go for a blow out [coll.] [idiom] [eat a lot]ausgiebig essen gehen
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