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CEFR C2 Vocabulary - Food and Drinks

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CEFR C2 Vocabulary
to gorge
[verb]
to eat greedily and in large quantities
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to nosh
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to eat snacks or light meals
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to tuck in
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to eat with enthusiasm and hearty appetite
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to imbibe
[verb]
to consume or absorb liquids, especially beverages
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to crunch
[verb]
to crush or grind something loudly and noisily with the teeth
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to wolf
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to eat something quickly and voraciously
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to swig
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to drink something in one large gulp or swallow
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to lap up
[verb]
to consume a liquid or soft substance with enthusiasm, often using the tongue, as in the manner of an animal drinking or eating
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to chug
[verb]
to consume a beverage, usually a carbonated or alcoholic one, quickly and in large gulps
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to chomp
[verb]
to chew or bite down on something with a strong, audible, and repeated motion
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to quaff
[verb]
to drink a large quantity of a liquid in a hearty, enthusiastic manner
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to sup
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to consume a drink or liquid food
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to guzzle
[verb]
to drink something, especially an alcoholic beverage, enthusiastically, and in large quantities
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to swill
[verb]
to quickly and often carelessly consume large amounts of liquid, particularly alcoholic drinks
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confit
[noun]
a cooking technique that involves slow cooking meat in fat at a low temperature, resulting in tender and flavorful meat
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broiling
[noun]
a cooking method that involves exposing food to heat, often over a fire or under a grill
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chutney
[noun]
a combination of either pickles, vegetables, spices, and herbs, that is used as condiment
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binge
[noun]
an occasion when a person drinks or eats excessively
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commis
[noun]
a junior chef learning and assisting in the kitchen under experienced chefs
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antipasto
[noun]
a dish of small amount eaten before the main part of a meal, originated in Italy
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wholefood
[noun]
food that contains little or no artificial substance and is considered healthy
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clean eating
[noun]
a type of diet in which one avoids eating processed food to become healthier
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buttery
[noun]
a storage room for alcoholic beverages, primarily wine and ale, and sometimes provisions, including food
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delectable
[adjective]
tasting or smelling very good
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epicurean
[adjective]
relating to enjoyment of luxuries, especially through delicious food and drink
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culinary
[adjective]
relating to or used in the preparation of food or cooking
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scrumptious
[adjective]
extremely tasty and satisfying to eat
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