Other ways of saying eat
have something to eat
to eat something or to have a meal: We’ll stop and have something to eat when we get to Newcastle.
/have a snack
to eat something small between your main meals: We usually have a drink and a snack around 11. ♦ No snacking, now!
grab a bite (to eat)
) to eat a snack or small meal when you do not have much time: Maybe we could grab a bite at Charlie’s before the film.
to finish all the food you have been given: Eat up! There’s plenty more.
to take very small bites from your food: She nibbled at her sandwich politely, waiting for the others to arrive.
to use your teeth to break food up slowly in your mouth: He was chewing on a piece of celery.
or munch at
to eat something noisily and enthusiastically: The kids were munching crisps in front of the TV.
) to eat so much that you feel ill or uncomfortable: I’m not surprised you feel sick, the way you stuffed yourself last night.