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  • EN [ tʃuː]
  • US [ tʃuː]

English definition


  • 1. a wad of something chewable as tobacco

  • 2. biting and grinding food in your mouth so it becomes soft enough to swallow


  • 1. chew (food);

    • "He jawed his bubble gum"
    • "Chew your food and don't swallow it!"
    • "The cows were masticating the grass"

Example sentences

  • The panda eats bamboo. Chomp , chomp , chew, yum my bamboo.

  • The little girl chew their food, to feed them a little bit.

  • The old man would chew rag for hours with anyone who would join him.

  • He's working late every night. He off more than he chew.

  • This candy is so hard that no one can chew it.

  • I hate the people who like to chew other's ear off.

  • You should chew over this thing.

  • Babies who are getting new teeth usually like to have something hard to chew on.

  • The two ladies began to chew the rag.

  • Chew your food point by point.

  • Then, we're led back to the stable like cows, to chew dry hay.

  • Don't be afraid to bite off more than chew.

  • Attended the 52 nd Anniversary Dinner of Terengganu Teow Chew Association.

  • Chew areca to you can get cancer?

  • Chew , for example, on the idea that " the surest way to smartness is through massive dumbness "

  • Rats like to chew on something hard.

  • Our family meet chew the fat every weekend.

  • We'll chew on your suggestion.

  • Americans like to chew gum.

  • The greens are full of fibres that you can't chew.

  • Chew your food well before you swallow it.

  • Don't bite off more than you can chew.

  • After the operation you may find it difficult to chew and swallow.

  • Always chew food well before swallowing it.

  • Chew each mouthful fully before the next bite.

  • He tends to chew things over too much in his mind.

  • Chew your food well and do not rush meals.

  • They pause and chew their pencils.

  • Savour the flavour of each mouthful, and chew your food well.

  • Micky is used to handling dodgy deals but this time fears he may have bitten off more than he can chew.

Phrase collocation

  • chew out &I{【俚语】}

    To reprimand; scold.

  • chew the cud

  • chew the fat (或 rag)

    (informal)chat in a leisurely way, especially at length

  • chew someone out

    (N. Amer. informal)reprimand someone severely

    • he chewed me out for being late.

  • chew something over

    discuss or consider something at length

    • executives met to chew over the company's future.

  • chew something up

    chew food until it is soft or in small pieces

  • chew the cud&I{【俚语】}

    To ponder over; meditate.

  • chew the fat 或 chew the rag &I{【俚语】}

    To talk together in a friendly, leisurely way; chat at length.

Synonym discrimination

  • bite, chew, gnaw, snap


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