chew

chew
[[t]tʃu[/t]]
v. t.
1) to crush or grind with the teeth; masticate
2) to tear or mangle, as if by chewing (often fol. by up):
The sorting machine chewed up the letters[/ex]
3) to make by or as if by chewing:
The puppy chewed a hole in the rug[/ex]
4) to meditate on; consider at length (often fol. by over):
to chew a problem over[/ex]
5) to perform the act of masticating
6) inf Informal. to chew tobacco, esp. habitually
7) phv+sts chew out, Slang. to scold harshly
8) an act or instance of chewing
9) cvb something chewed or intended for chewing
Etymology: bef. 1000; OE cēowan, c. MLGkeuwen, OHG kiuwan chew′er, n.

From formal English to slang. 2014.

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