(Northern English, dialect) grazing rights


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    Depart immediately after consuming a meal; also, leave in a hurry. For example, Sorry, but I’ll have to eat and run or I’ll miss the last train, or Jim runs a meeting so efficiently that in effect it’s eat and run. [ ; first half of 1900s ]

  • Eat away at

    Destroy gradually, erode; also, worry one constantly. For example, The sea has been eating away at the outer banks for years, or The fact that he failed the test is eating away at him. [ Early 1800s ]

  • Eat cheese

    verb phrase To inform on someone; tattle; rat [1970s+ Army; fr the cheese-eating of the rodent]

  • Eaten

    [eet-n] /ˈit n/ verb 1. a past participle of . [eet] /it/ verb (used with object), ate [eyt; especially British et] /eɪt; especially British ɛt/ (Show IPA) or (Archaic) eat [et, eet] /ɛt, it/ (Show IPA), eaten or (Archaic) eat [et, eet] /ɛt, it/ (Show IPA), eating. 1. to take into the mouth and swallow […]

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