consume

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  • This theory required that the blood be consumed and produced many times over.
  • The product is then added to cold water and consumed as quickly as possible.
  • Although it is known that consuming too many is usually what causes these effects.
  • Fish and fish products are consumed as food all over the world.
  • During the same period, an increase occurred in the average amount of food energy consumed.
  • They will hunt every one to two days and consume around of food per day.
  • They can consume as much as of food and of water in a day.
  • Services are produced and consumed during the same period of time.
  • The houses were regarded as too big and too much energy consuming.
  • She found the character to be all-consuming so that she could not separate herself from the role.
  • However, the process is considered by many to be more time-consuming.
  • It also consumes coal and will search through whole mountains to find it.
  • This means that less plant material has to be consumed to achieve the same effect.
  • Following that, they do love each other, but are more consumed with the idea of being in love.
  • It's about a love that so consumes you that you do anything for it.
  • Some say it comes alive and consumes the blood when it is alone.
  • The operation is a time-consuming process due to the amount and length of steps.
  • Because it consumes more power, a method is often provided to turn it off to save energy.
  • Every night it consumes approximately its own body weight of food.
  • They need to be consumed with a certain amount of water.
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Meaning of consume

  • verb Serve oneself to, or consume regularly
    Have another bowl of chicken soup!, I don't take sugar in my coffee
  • verb Spend extravagantly
    waste not, want not
  • verb Destroy completely
    The fire consumed the building
  • verb Use up (resources or materials)
    this car consumes a lot of gas, We exhausted our savings, They run through 20 bottles of wine a week
  • verb Engage fully
    The effort to pass the exam consumed all his energy