[nosh] /nɒʃ/ Informal.
verb (used without object)
to snack or eat between meals.
verb (used with object)
to snack on:
They noshed peanuts and cookies while watching television.
food or a meal
1957, from Yiddish nashn “nibble,” from Middle High German naschen, from Old High German hnascon, nascon “to nibble,” from Proto-Germanic *(g)naskon. Related: Noshed; noshing. Earlier as a noun (1917) meaning “a restaurant,” short for nosh-house.
: He always liked a little nosh between meals
To have a snack; nibble: noshing on more fruits and veggies
[1957+; fr Yiddish]
- No shinola
interjection No shit. No kidding: no shinola, gas prices are high
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