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eat

1. tv. [for something] to bother or worry someone. Nothing’s eating me. I’m just the nervous type.
2. tv. to absorb the cost or expense of something. We’ll eat the costs on this one. It’s the least we can do.
3. tv. to perform oral sex on someone. (Usually objectionable.) She said she wanted to eat me!
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What's more, although many studies have found a lower risk of disease in people who eat more whole grains or more grain fiber (from breads, cereals, pasta, rice, etc.
You don't want to eat too many servings of any one type of food," Lanou cautions.
Other mice were permitted to eat as much as they wanted.
Instead of eating reasonable portions of fruit, vegetables, whole grains, and other healthy foods, lots of people eat too many cookies and chips.
The first three reasons for deciding to eat out may be a lost cause for supermarkets that don't want to go into the restaurant business.
However, if you regularly eat types of fish that are high in methyl mercury, it can accumulate in your blood over time.
The exchanger and the EAT must enter into a Qualified Exchange Accommodation Agreement within five business days after the EAT obtains ownership of the property.
We eat by the clock, choose foods that disagree with us, and are not tuned in enough to regard symptoms of discomfort as early warning signals.
Then they asked me if I eat honey and I said no, honey comes from bees.
First of all, you need to think about when you eat as well as what you eat; your metabolism requires different kinds of fuel at different times.
The population is a sentinel for the United States because they eat more fish.
Because no unrelated third-party buyer has emerged to purchase the relinquished property, the EAT holds the relinquished property until such a buyer emerges.
Third, they invariably tell the dieter exactly what to eat.
Weil's exegesis: "To live the death of a being is to eat it.