Chomp at the bit



verb phrase

To be eager for action; be impatient: He’d been chomping at the bit real hard the last three weeks (1640s+)

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    [chomp] /tʃɒmp/ verb (used with or without object), noun 1. 1 . /tʃɒmp/ verb 1. to chew (food) noisily; champ noun 2. the act or sound of chewing in this manner v. 1640s, dialectal and American English variant of champ (v.). Related: Chomped; chomping. verb To chew [1840s+; By 1640s in form champ]

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    [chom-skee-uh n] /ˈtʃɒm ski ən/ adjective 1. of or relating to Noam Chomsky or his linguistic theories, especially to transformational-generative grammar.



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