Etymology
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munch (v.)

"chew deliberately or continuously," early 15c. variant of mocchen (late 14c.), imitative (with -n- perhaps by influence of crunch), or perhaps from or influenced by Old French mangier "to eat, bite," from Latin manducare "to chew." Related: Munched; munching.

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Definitions of munch
1
munch (v.)
chew noisily;
Synonyms: crunch
2
munch (n.)
a large bite;
he tried to talk between munches on the sandwich
3
Munch (n.)
Norwegian painter (1863-1944);
Synonyms: Edvard Munch
From wordnet.princeton.edu