English to Welsh Meaning :: morsel

Morsel :
- damaidmorsels

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Noun(1) a small quantity of anything(2) a small amount of solid food; a mouthful

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(1) The village was in the low ground between two shallow hills so that a stream ran through the ditch, and there were a handful of small fish traps to catch a morsel of good meat whenever the opportunity presented itself.(2) It takes a lot to knock it out of me, but I have lost every bit of trust and every morsel of loyalty.(3) The captions offer only a morsel of background information and generally do not provide source information about the photographs.(4) Juliet pushed a morsel of toast into her mouth(5) At this time, particularly in the rural areas, some underprivileged people would go from door to door asking for a morsel of food or some money.(6) Or are his children so needy that they are obliged to sell their father's house for a morsel of bread?(7) Not a morsel of food on her plate would be touched tonight.(8) Signaling my server for more brandy, I broke the cake in two, and delicately bit off a morsel .(9) A raccoon on a patio chomps eagerly on a stolen morsel of food.(10) I will also bring you a morsel of food; it will give you the strength to continue your journey.(11) Each day, a member of the kitchen staff is responsible for researching a morsel of information about food.(12) Every morsel of food we eat has to be broken down into nutrients that can be absorbed by the body, which is why it takes hours to fully digest food.(13) real estate agents think the mansion will be a very tasty morsel for an international company(14) Not a morsel of food passed my lips without the calorie value being carefully noted in my food diary.(15) Not since my first and final term of grad school have I taken a morsel of foreign information and extrapolated it into a moderately coherent essay.(16) Julie pushed a last morsel of toast into her mouth
Related Words
1. mouthful ::
lond ceg
2. bite ::
3. nibble ::
4. bit ::
6. taste ::
7. spoonful ::
9. sliver ::
10. drop ::
11. dollop ::
12. spot ::
fan a'r lle
13. gobbet ::
14. tidbit ::
1. eminence ::
2. figure ::
3. magnate ::
perchennog gwaith
4. personage ::
5. somebody ::
Different Forms
morsel, morsels
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

- Give me a morsel.
- You\'re a dog.

- Give me a MORSEL. - You're a dog.

Game of Thrones Season 8, Episode 4

In that culture,
the last morsel is called

In that culture, the last MORSEL is called

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 3

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