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to eat a lot of a particular food with enjoyment
to do too much of something you enjoy, especially eating
to eat more food than your body needs
to use, spend, or eat all of something, especially quickly
informal to do, eat, or take too much of something
Americaninformal to eat or drink something noisily or with a lot of enjoyment
to eat an extremely large amount of food at one time
to eat a lot
informal to eat or drink a lot of something
to eat and drink a lot on a special occasion
English version of thesaurus of to eat a lot or too much
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