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Definition of "crunches" []

  • To bite or chew (crisp foods) with a crushing or crackling sound (verb)
  • To make or cause to make a crisp or brittle sound (verb)
  • To perform calculations on (numbers or data) on a large scale (verb)
  • The sound or act of crunching (noun)
  • Critical; decisive (adjective)
  • Plural form of crunch. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of crunch. (verb)

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Use "crunches" in a sentence
  • "Ezra Klein crunches the numbers to explain why the addition of 64,000 private sector jobs is pitifully inadequate:"
  • "Some gloomily conclude that the impending collision of the big environmental crunches is part of humanity's natural destiny."
  • "The best thing is it's no sit-ups or crunches, which is the amazing thing about it."