(UK/US Und.) to eat.
|Leaves from Diary of Celebrated Burglar 71/1: An’ I say, my lass, has thau had owt to ‘chuck’ sin’ thau left t’ boat?|
|Life and Adventures of a Cheap Jack 192: Mo exclaimed to his man, ‘Chuck rumbo (eat plenty), my lad, for you will get no more till night’.|
|Folk-Say 316: Listen, I hear them calling supper – ‘Chuck away, fellows’.‘Chuck Away’ in Botkin|
|Und. and Prison Sl. 27: chuck, v. (up). To eat.|
|DAUL 44/1: Chuck, v. To eat.et al.|
|Urban Black Argot 135: Chuck to eat.|