Half-eaten



[eet-n] /ˈit n/

verb
1.
a past participle of .
adjective
1.
(of food, a meal, etc) partially consumed: he pushed his half-eaten meal away
/ˈiːtən/
verb
1.
the past participle of eat

Old English eten, past participle of eat.

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