[ fres ]
/ frɛs /
verb (used without object) Slang.
to eat or snack, especially often or in large quantities.
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Origin of fress
< Yiddish fresn or German fressen (of animals) to eat, eat ravenously; see fret1
OTHER WORDS FROM fressfress·er, noun
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