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chum 1

American English: /tʃəm/
British English: /tʃʌm/

noun

Phrasal verbs

chum up

also: -mm- verb + adverb
(especially British English)
[colloquial]
hacerse amigos or (Mexico) [colloquial] cuates
to chum up with somebody
hacerse amigo or (Mexico) [colloquial] cuate de alguien

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There are 2 main translations of chum in Spanish:

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chum 2
American English: /tʃəm/
British English: /tʃʌm/

noun

  • uncountable (American English) (bait)
    Example sentences
    • Their bland prettiness makes them more enticing as shark chum than as characters, but then a funny thing happens once they're at sea.
    • We idled over a structure loaded with kings stimulated into a feeding frenzy by generous helpings of chum.
    • I swear, people only ever invite me sea-fishing to save on the cost of chum.

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