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consume (verb), consumes; consumed; consuming
1. To eat or drink something, especially in large amounts.
2. To use something in such a way that it cannot be reused or recovered afterwards.
3. To destroy something or someone completely; especially, by fire or disease.
4. To buy goods or services produced by other people.
5. Etymology: from Latin con-, "thoroughly" + sumere, "to use, to take".
This entry is located in the following units: em-, emp-, empt-; sump-, -sum- (page 1) sum-, -sum- (page 1)
Units related to: “consume
(Latin: edere, "to bite, to eat; eating, eatable; consume")
(Latin: eat, eating; consume, consuming; ingest, ingesting; devour, devouring; feeding on)
(Latin: a taking, to take, to take up, to buy, to select; to use, to spend, to consume)
(Greek: eat, eating; to consume, to ingest; relationship to eating or consumption by ingestion or engulfing)