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  • Students are only allowed to eat in one room of the library.
  • The player can choose to eat everything they come across on their path.
  • Depending on their size, they eat on average every one to four weeks.
  • You paid for a drink and got as much as you wanted to eat.
  • Such as what he ate there, where he went and what books he read.
  • I love to eat and I love to cook - as you can see.
  • The number of those who ate four thousand men, besides women and children.
  • Another reason was that he could put food in his drums to eat while he played.
  • He could not eat his food because his teeth were worn out.
  • They are a popular game bird as their flesh is good to eat.
  • When it was out of season, he would not eat.
  • He loves to eat both human food and his own dog food.
  • In other words, he may not have eaten for up to a day before his death.
  • When asked how this was possible, he claimed to have only eaten fruit.
  • The culture of eating is very strong among the inhabitants of this region.
  • They are also known on occasion to eat plant material.
  • She most likely ate even less, as she refused food on most occasions.
  • A horse will eat of food per day and, under normal use, drink of water.
  • The summer is best time for visitors with many different events going on and great places to eat.
  • The number of those who ate was about five thousand men, beside women and children.
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Meaning of eat

  • verb Take in solid food
    She was eating a banana, What did you eat for dinner last night?
  • verb Eat a meal; take a meal
    We did not eat until 10 P.M. because there were so many phone calls, I didn't eat yet, so I gladly accept your invitation
  • verb Worry or cause anxiety in a persistent way
    What's eating you?