Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Chew"

The meaning of "Chew" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does chew through mean?
A: Chew through is another verb(action) for eating.
Example: I will chew through the whole bread.
Q: What does chew the fat mean?
A: To talk a lot.
It takes a while to chew fat, so it means talking too much.

A lot of English speakers use it to mean to have a conversation.
Q: What does chew out mean?
A: You chew someone out if you tell them off. E.g. My boss chewed me out for being late three times this week.
Q: What does chew the fat mean?
A: it means to talk in a prolonged way.
Q: What does chewing mean?
A: puede significar

masticando o de mascar


Chewing gum = Goma de mascar

Chewing a gum = masticando un chicle

Example sentences using "Chew"

Q: Please show me example sentences with chew up.
A:
“I like to chew up gum because it helps me concentrate.”
“Sally didn’t mean to chew up the coach! It’s just wha dogs do!”
“If you chew up the paper, you’ll choke.”
“I wanted to chew up all the food in the house, but I knew I would be punished.”
“He was so hungry, he could chew up anything he saw.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with chew.
A: 1)I chew my food for healthy digestion...
2) bubble cum is a chewing candy
3) cow chew his food for better digestion......
Q: Please show me example sentences with chew.
A: You have to chew your food.

My dog chewed up my new shoes.

I had to chew him out for being late.

Q: Please show me example sentences with chew.
A: I chew a gum
I am chewing a gum
I chewed a gum.
Q: Please show me example sentences with chew up.
A: the dog chewed up the newspaper

Synonyms of "Chew" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between chew and chew on ?
A: chew on = to think about something carefully for a long time, before making a decision
chew = bite and work (food) in the mouth
Q: What is the difference between chew and bite ?
A: Chew=
to crush or grind with the teeth; masticate.

to crush, damage, injure, etc., as if by chewing (often followed by up):The faulty paper feeder chewed the letters up.

Bite=
to cut, wound, or tear with the teeth:She bit the apple greedily. The lion bit his trainer.

to grip or hold with the teeth:Stop biting your lip!

Q: What is the difference between chewing and munching and devouring ?
A: They're all kind of the same, except the tones are different chewing is usually for just casually eating food, or "chewing someone out" as in scolding them. Munching tends to be less meal oriented and more of a snack, like "I'm going to munch on some popcorn". And devouring is a more aggressive form of chewing, it usually appears when someone is eating very fast.
Q: What is the difference between chew and bite ?
A: Chew - there's already food in your mouth, so you're eating it.
Bite - using your teeth to cut into something. Girl bites an apple.

Translations of "Chew"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I bit off more than I could chew.
A: It means to do more than you can handle, or to attempt to do something that is too difficult.
For example, I told my boss I could finish the report by tonight, but there is so much work left to do, I bit off more than I can chew.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? chewing
A: Chewing
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? chew
A: Like “chu” :)
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? what is “ chew the fat “
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Chew"

Q: If you chew more, you can get full more easily does this sound natural?
A: another more natural way to say it is:
The more you chew
the easier it will be to get full

but both are pretty natural and you can use whichever one is easier for you
Q: Please show me how to pronounce ought and chew.
A: For example "Five minutes ought to be enough time to chew that gum."
Q: chew does this sound natural?
A: This is how you pronounce it if you are using the word like “chew your food”
Q: Please show me how to pronounce chew.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: "can you not chew it so loud?" does this sound natural?
A: its almost a perfect sentence just take it out of the sentence and it works perfectly

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