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snarf

[ snahrf ]
/ snɑrf /
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verb (used with object) Slang.
to eat quickly and voraciously; scarf (often followed by down or up).
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Origin of snarf

First recorded in 1967–70; perhaps blend of snack or snort and scarf2
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British Dictionary definitions for snarf

snarf
/ (snɑːf) /

verb
informal to eat or drink greedily
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