to have a sweet tooth
/hæv ɐ swˈiːt tˈuːθ/
to be attracted to food that contains a lot of sugar
hollow leg
/hˈɑːloʊ lˈɛɡ/
the capacity or ability to consume an excessive amount of food or drink, particularly alcoholic ones
the munchies
/ðə mˈʌntʃɪz/
an abrupt and strong desire to eat something
sb can / could eat a horse
/ˌɛsbˈiː kæn kʊd ˈiːt ɐ hˈɔːɹs/
used to say that one is overwhelemed by the sense of hunger and is willing to quench it the first chance one gets
to make one's mouth water
/mˌeɪk wˈʌnz mˈaʊθ wˈɔːɾɚ/
to feel excessive and uncontrollable hunger when seeing, smelling, or even thinking of a delicious food or drink
one's eyes are bigger than one's stomach / belly
/wˈʌnz ˈaɪz ɑːɹ bˈɪɡɚ ðɐn wˈʌnz stˈʌmək bˈɛli/
used to describe a greedy person who takes more food than they could possibly finish
to whet one's appetite
/wˈɛt wˈʌnz ˈæpɪtˌaɪt/
to severely increase one's desire for food
to get stuck in / into
/ɡɛt stˈʌk ɪn ˌɪntʊ/
to start with much enthusiasm
sb could murder sth
/ˌɛsbˈiː kʊd mˈɜːdɚ ˌɛstˌiːˈeɪtʃ/
used to tell someone that they are eating or drinking too much of something
(as) full as a tick
/æz fˈʊl æz ɐ tˈɪk/
no longer able to eat due to having a full stomach
to melt in one's mouth
/mˈɛlt ɪn wˈʌnz mˈaʊθ/
(of food) to be really tasty and require not much chewing
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