To eat something eagerly or quickly, showing you're very hungry or enjoying what you're eating is to .
To eat something hurriedly and almost without chewing is to .
To is to taste a small amount of food and drink in order to see what it is like.
To enjoy the flavour of something as much as you can by eating or drinking it slowly is to it.
To eat a small amount of something, like a bird, is to something.
To eat small amounts of food regularly instead of eating meals is to .
To is to eat noisily.
There's a phrasal verb that means "to assault" and is also used to refer to the action of starting to eat something as soon as it arrives. It's to .
To oneself means to eat so much that you cannot eat any more.
A phrasal verb that means "to eat with enthusiasm" is to .
There's an idiom than means "to take on more than you are capable of doing". It is to .
To at something is to eat it by taking a lot of small bites.
To pass the tongue over something is to it.
To finish something quickly or easily is to .
To eat something with difficulty because you don't want to eat it, you don't like it or you are sick is to it .
To eat more than it's necessary or healthy is to .
To eat with enthusiasm or great pleasure is to eat .
If you eat enough of something, or until you can't eat anymore, you .