(v.) = devour ; chew up ; eat + Posesivo + way through ; consume ; feast on. Ex: A wholly estimable rush of enthusiasm on the part of IT staff could devour all available spare resources overnight if severely rationed 'hands on' experience time was exceeded. Ex: Cattle ranches are chewing up the Amazon rainforest. Ex: After demolishing the cakes and sandwiches, pots of tea and buns laid on the table, he proceeded to eat his way through the contents of the fridge. Ex: Consuming large amounts of coconut oil can turn out harmful for health, suggest experts. Ex: The author reports work since 1991 on building information carnivores, which intelligently hunt and feast on herbivores in Unix, on the Internet, and on the WWW. ---- * devorar la impaciencia = chafe at + the bit ; champ at + the bit ; chomp at + the bit. * devorarse Algo = eat + Nombre + alive.