- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of consume.
“The physician in that type of case may or may not have committed malpractice, but admitting the label consumes time without giving the jury useful information.”
“Interestingly they something about the use of energy here, that using the brain consumes more energy than when it relaxes in sleep.”
“A reactor, which would produce more fuel than it consumes, is called a breeder.”
“Other assemblers will generate a FAR call, having the same functional effect; but the FAR call consumes more program space, and takes more time to execute.”
“After more prayers the priest takes and consumes, that is, swallows, the sacred Host and drinks the precious blood from the chalice.”
“What a rich man gives and what he consumes, that is his real worth.”
“An average video call consumes five to 10 times more bandwidth than a voice call, according to”
“The U.S. now gets only about 9 percent of the oil it consumes from the Persian Gulf.”
“And with our political class having exhibited zero willingness to enforce real cuts in spending, a government that by definition consumes and destroys capital is set to do a lot more damage.”
“There are three factors that are ruining our environment: the number of people; how much each one consumes, which is an issue of affluence; and the kind of technology used to service the affluent.”
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