To consume food
Past Participle form
I eat cereal for breakfast and sandwiches for lunch.
She doesn't eat meat so she's a vegetarian.
A: Can you eat raw fish?
B: Yes, I love sushi. I eat it all the time.
A: Wow. I couldn't eat it.
I ate your piece of cake. Sorry.
Last night Mike ate risotto for dinner.
A: What did you have for lunch?
B: I only ate a salad because I'm on diet.
I'm eating now. Can I call you back?
Jenny is eating her dinner now. She'll be out to play soon.
A: Are you eating?
B: Yeah, I'm having dinner.
A: Okay, I'll come back later.
I've eaten the best food in Spain. It was wonderful.
Paul's eaten all the biscuits we were saving for the party.
A: Have you eaten snails before?
B: Yes, I ate them in France?
A: Would you eat them again?
B: Now, I've eaten them once, no, not again.