1 Norwegian painter (1863-1944) [syn: Edvard Munch]
2 a large bite; "he tried to talk between munches on the sandwich" v : chew noisily; "The children crunched the celery sticks" [syn: crunch]
- Rhymes: -ʌntʃ
- A location or restaurant where good eating can be expected.
- Sally is having a breakfast munch at her place!
- An act of eating.
- We had a good munch at the chippy.
Munch may refer to:
Other people called Munch:
- Ernsto Munch (1876–1946), a plant physiologist who proposed the Pressure Flow Hypothesis to explain the mechanism of phloem translocation
- Gustafa Munch-Petersen (1912–1938), Danish writer and painter
- John Q. Munch, a fictional detective character played by the actor Richard Belzer on several television shows
- P.A. Munch (1810–1863), a Norwegian historian who did groundbreaking work on Norway's medieval period
- Peter Munch (b. 1978), a Danish musician
- Peter A. Munch (1908-1984), a Norwegian-American sociologist
- Peter Rochegune Munch (1870–1948), Danish foreign minister from 1929 to 1940 and one of the founders of the Danish Social Liberal Party
Other uses of the word Munch:
- Cookie Monster Munch, a video game released in 1983 for the Atari 2600
- Maximal munch, a computer programming principle that as much of the input as possible should be processed
- Mighty Munch, a corn snack available in Ireland made by Tayto
- Monster Munch, a corn snack in UK and Ireland produced by Walkers
- Monster Munch (C64 computer game) (1984), a Pacman-type game for the Commodore 64 computer
- Munch bunch, a series of children's books written by British author Denis Bond
- Munch Township, Minnesota, United States of America
- munch (BDSM), a low-pressure social gathering for people involved in or interested in BDSM
- Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee, the third game made by Oddworld Inhabitants (Microsoft Xbox)
- Slang term meaning "To Eat"
munch in German: Munch
munch in French: Munch
munch in Italian: Munch
munch in Dutch: Munch
munch in Polish: Munch