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crunch in Colours & sounds topic

crunchcrunch2 verb  1 [intransitive]C to make a sound like something being crushed Their boots crunched loudly on the frozen snow.2 [intransitive always + adverb/preposition, transitive]EAT to eat hard food in a way that makes a noisecrunch on The dog was crunching on a bone.3 crunch (the) numbers→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
crunchHe drank his orange juice and crunched a half burnt piece of toast.Jill was reading the paper, crunching a raw carrot as she read.We walked along in silence, the snow crunching beneath our feet.No, the sound of crunching from the hallway confirmed that Holmes was having a remote control snack.Kids were crunching graham crackers and drinking juice.He staggered round the rear of the couch, feet crunching in plaster, and sat down.The Don Eusebio crunched into the Zamboanga wharf at noon, four hours behind schedule.She popped a fragment of biscuit into her mouth and crunched it primly with her front teeth.Miguel, crunching on a mouthful of chips, wiped the cheese from his beard.The room was lit by a red light from the burning houses behind it as Anne crunched over broken crockery and plaster.They crunch those numbers with their calculators and spreadsheets.Broken window glass crunched under foot.