meduch, v.s.t.know how (to); be skilled at; (wood, metal, etc.) strong or durable; half-ripe (i.e. ready to pick); (pregnant woman) at full-term.
meduch a medengei; sebechel el meruul; meduch er a ngloik, duch er a urreor; dechal er a omenged; meduch a dioll el betok a bilel el kmeed el mechell.
medechangv.s.t.inch.is getting to know how (to); is becoming skilled.
dioll a medechang; betok a bilel; kmeed el mechell. medechang a mocha meduch el meloik.
medecheduchv.s.t.redup.medecheduch a telkib el meduch; medecheduch el mengereomel a udoud me a kall, duch er ngii.
mededecheduchv.s.t.redup.mededecheduch a meduch; telkib el meduch; mededecheduch el mengisemuk er a delengcheklel.
meduch a ngerelexpr.good at explaining things clearly; glib; prone to finding excuses; name of Ngcheangel banana.
meduch a rengulexpr.hard-working; conscientious; strong-willed; persevering.
meduch el mengangexpr.be a glutton.
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Synonyms: , , ,
Examples:
> Droteo really know (how to do) math.
> She's an amazing cook that she doesn't even need anyone to try the food she makes.
> Satsko knowe how to sew.
> I'm not very good at climbing betel nut trees/harvesting them.
Proverbs:
> Like the octopus, able to change the color of its body.
He's too erratic or too easily persuaded. A leader, or any person, who is highly erratic, too adaptive; one who appears capable of taking any convenient or easy position.
> A variety of banana.
The people of Kayangel; a banana occurring there.
More Examples:
> Who is the best volleyball player at this school?
> My music teacher really is good in playing guitar.
> Who is the best at pingpong at this school?
> My wife is a good dancer.
> My boyfriend is really good in fishing.
mengang, v.t.eat.
mengang a omengur; kolii a kliou; kmang.
koliangv.pf.inch.beginning to eat up.
koliiv.pf.3skolii a mengang er ngii; mla kolii a kall el rokir.
killiiv.pf.3s.past
kmangv.pf.3p.inan.kmang a mla mekang; klang me ng diak, kolii a odoim, kelel.
kilangv.pf.3p.inan.past
kekangv.recip.eat (each other's food); eat (food) together.
kekang a di du el mengang; kebengur, kolii a kelel, kma a odoim el rokui.
klangv.r.s.eaten.
klang a mla mekang; odoim a klang, kmang, kolii el rokir.
mekangv.erg.get eaten.
mekang a klang; kolii, mla kma a kall el rokui; mengang, kelel.
mekelangv.erg.inch.beginning to get eaten.
mengelkangv.t.redup.keep eating.
mengelkang a telkib e mekudem el mengang; melelemtam, kolii, kmang.
menga a kesukexpr.young; inexperienced (i.e.; eat inedible leaves as children do).
menga a llel a kesukexpr.young; unexperienced.
menga a ulkelexpr.eat a lot without showing an expanded belly.
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Examples:
> In the past 6 months have rats eaten your plants?
> I am going to eat up those bananas and that apple.
> He is going to eat up some/the papayas.
> He is going to eat up a particular papaya/some papaya/the papaya.
> The children ate all the apples yesterday.
Proverbs:
> Like one who has eaten the thorny puffer fish, full of many things.
The thorny puffer fish is sometimes gulped by the wide-mouthed grouper fish. The puffer, expanding and extending its thorns in the grouper's mouth, renders the latter rather "full of things" and completely helpless. Groupers in this predicament are occasionally caught by fishermen. The idiom is applied to anyone who faces more problems, more work, or more sweethearts than he can cope with.
> Like a ray-fish, eating while walking.
The ray-fish does not stop swimming while chewing food it has gathered while weaving along the ocean floor. The saying may be applied to any rude behavior or particularly to the act of walking and eating, which is considered impolite. It can also be applied to a person who is trying to hurry through a job without giving it careful attention.
> Like eating a forked taro corm.
Taro (Colocasia esculenta) generally grows like a single fat carrot. Some corms, however, develop one or more points or forks. The image conveyed by this idiom is that of a man beset by many tasks, trying to decide among them.
> Eating like laib-while eating, burying.
The laib, a bird with a long, white tail, according to lore eats ripe fruit in season, as other birds do, but also gathers scraps dropped by other birds and buries them. When other birds are hungry, the laib will dig up the scraps and eat them. Hence, one should plan ahead for lean times.

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