English to Welsh Meaning :: gobble

lowciem, lowcia, lowcia’, lowciaf, lowciai, lowciais, lowciaist, lowcian, lowciant, lowciasai, lowciasant, lowciodd, lowciasem, lowciasent, lowciasid, lowciasit, lowciasoch, lowciasom, lowciaswn, lowcid, lowciech, lowcied, lowciom, lowcien, lowcient, lowcier, lowcies, lowciest, lowciet, lowciff, lowcio, lowcioch, lowci, lowciasech, lowcion, lowciont, lowcir, lowcith, lowciwch, lowciwn, lowciwyd, lowciwyf, lowciych, llowciem, llowcia, llowcia’, llowciaf, llowciai, llowciais, llowciaist, llowcian, llowciant, llowciasai, llowciasant, llowciodd, llowciasem, llowciasent, llowciasid, llowciasit, llowciasoch, llowciasom, llowciaswn, llowcid, llowciech, llowcied, llowciom, llowcien, llowcient, llowcier, llowcies, llowciest, llowciet, llowciff, llowcio, llowcioch, llowci, llowciasech, llowcion, llowciont, llowcir, llowcith, llowciwch, llowciwn, llowciwyd, llowciwyf, llowciychlawcio, llawcio, llowcio
Gobble :
- gobblegobbledgobblesgobbling

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Noun(1) the characteristic sound made by a turkey cock
Verb(1) eat hastily without proper chewing(2) make a gurgling sound, characteristic of turkeys

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(1) ÔÇÿThese are natural loud sounds that in the spring cause turkeys to gobble and give a hunter the opportunity to locate them,ÔÇÖ Harris says.(2) these old houses just gobble up money(3) they don't eat, they gobble(4) At Aunt Poogee's gentle encouragement, Hope places her special dessert on the table alongside the other family dishes and watches with pride and joy as her peppermint pickles are gobbled up .(5) These calls mimic sounds in nature that turkeys often respond to by gobbling .(6) They eat together as old friends, jousting and gobbling , denouncing and sighing, a Chinese Vladimir and Estragon gesticulating out the windows with their chopsticks, but knowing they're waiting for nobody.(7) So, the lower the charges, the less of your money is gobbled up and the better chance you have of matching the market.(8) Well, if Softbank and Nomura and the rest don't watch out they will be gobbled up too.(9) Also, these plans have pretty steep fees, so a large chunk of your money is gobbled up in charges.(10) He had the children stay with him low in the bushes as the turkey gobbled away from inside the bag.(11) Back in 1505, turkeys were still gobbling innocently around America.(12) On top of the milieu, in wonted Godspeed fashion, an old man recalls a bizarre and oddly moving story of how a penguin is gobbled up by a killer whale.(13) In fact, about four-fifths of your premium is gobbled up by the commission that your lender creams off.(14) One was gobbled up immediately, the other sat in my freezer until I defrosted it and gobbled it up just as greedily.(15) But it has aroused fears that cities and towns could be gobbled up into a Greater Leeds as has happened around London and Manchester.(16) I put three different pieces down and the rats are just gobbling them up .
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(1) gobble up ::
honno yn defnyddio
1. eat greedily ::
bwyta farus
2. eat hungrily ::
bwyta hungrily
3. guzzle ::
4. bolt ::
6. devour ::
9. tuck into ::
bwyd i mewn
10. put away ::
bwriwch ymaith
11. pack away ::
pacio i ffwrdd
12. demolish ::
13. polish off ::
sglein oddi ar
15. stuff one's face with ::
wyneb un pethau â
16. pig out on ::
mochyn allan ar
19. inhale ::
20. gluttonize ::
22. ingurgitate ::
Different Forms
gobble, gobbled, gobbles, gobbling
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