English version

cud

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food
cudcud /kʌd/ noun [uncountable]  DFfood that a cow or similar animal has chewed, swallowed, and brought back into its mouth to chew a second time a cow chewing its cud
Examples from the Corpus
cudA bout of feeding early in the morning is followed by a lie down during which they chew the cud.After chewing the cud for a minute or two, they continue the fight.It is as much a pattern of their inner being as is tail-wagging or chewing the cud.All around me camels sat peacefully chewing the cud.And Wrigley was smart enough to furnish the cud.chewing ... cudAfter chewing the cud for a minute or two, they continue the fight.It is as much a pattern of their inner being as is tail-wagging or chewing the cud.All around me camels sat peacefully chewing the cud.
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