- take small bites out of；eat in small amounts, especially between meals
- an instance of nibbling something；a small piece of food bitten off
noun: nibble, plural noun: nibbles
verb: nibble, 3rd person present: nibbles, gerund or present participle: nibbling, past tense: nibbled, past participle: nibbled
- 1. take small bites out of she nibbled at her food he sat nibbling a cookie 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ eat in small amounts, especially between meals I put on weight because I was constantly nibbling
- ▪ gently bite at (a part of the body), especially amorously or nervously Tamar nibbled her bottom lip he nibbled at her earlobe 同義詞
- ▪ gradually erode or eat away inflation was nibbling away at spending power
- 2. informal show cautious interest in a project or proposal there's a New York agent nibbling
- 1. an instance of nibbling something I'm distracted by a nibble on my line 同義詞
- ▪ a small piece of food bitten off I took a nibble from one of the sandwiches 同義詞
- ▪ informal small savory snacks, typically eaten before a meal or with drinks cheesy nibbles
- 2. informal an expression of cautious interest in a project or proposal now and then she gets a nibble, but no one will commit to an interview
- take small bites out of: he nibbled a biscuit she nibbled at her food
- an act or instance of nibbling: I'm distracted by a nibble on my line
--nibble tactic is a negotiating strategy which negotiator has an ultimate... negotiating price little by little, i.e., taking a "nibble" at a time (nibble=tiny little portion of a whole) -- negotiation counterpart is...
...wriggle agilely like a worm. 3. My dad gave me an animal cracker to nibble on. 4. I dropped my saltshaker and broke it to a thousand...
...together. 11.She began(begin-began-begun Ving) nibbling(nibble一點一點的咬v) and nibbling until the rope broke(break破裂...