• a CPU-hungry task
  • CPUを食うタスク
  • a power-hungry politician
  • とても権力志向の強い政治家
  • go hungry
  • (ずっと)食べずにいる;飢える
  • As with all primates, hungry lemurs might eat anything that is edible, whether or not the item is one of their preferred foods.
  • Wikipedia: Lemur
  • Beesley recalled an incident in which a group of rough mountain men fed the hungry emigrants.
  • Wikipedia: Mormon handcart pioneers
  • Grunts are commonly heard from hungry young and from adults in their courtship display.
  • Wikipedia: Turkey Vulture
  • In the following years, the bird was preyed upon by hungry sailors, their domesticated animals, and invasive species introduced during that time.
  • Wikipedia: Dodo
  • Many groups have myths about the animal; one myth explains it was created when a group of hungry young men went hunting at night and stumbled across a wombat.
  • Wikipedia: Short-beaked echidna
  • Once the Buchners, Sudermann, and the hostages were clear of the fortress, Ferdinand released his troops, who were in an ugly mood and hungry for blood and plunder.
  • Wikipedia: Siege of Godesberg
  • One member subsequently objected to Sadler's leadership, alleging that he became hungry for power after his wife's death.
  • Wikipedia: William S. Sadler
  • The eagerness with which he attacks his beef when his stomach is not gorged, resembles the voracity of a hungry wolf, tearing off and swallowing it with canine greediness.
  • Wikipedia: Charles Domery
  • They eat only what foxes are believed to like — tofu, aburagé, azukimeshi, etc. — and they eat a great deal, alleging that not they, but the possessing foxes, are hungry.
  • Wikipedia: Kitsune
  • Two days later, the hungry and dehydrated party arrived at their destination; the countryside was just too rough for the ten-horsepower (7 kW) auto.
  • Wikipedia: History of the Grand Canyon area
  • When gold and silver were discovered in the Sierra Nevada and the Inyo Mountains, the resulting sudden influx of miners, farmers, cattlemen and their hungry herds brought conflict with the Owens Valley Paiute, whose crops were being destroyed.
  • Wikipedia: Manzanar
  • When the young must approach a kill, they roll around in fecal matter and rest in the intestines of eviscerated animals to deter these hungry adults.
  • Wikipedia: Komodo dragon
  • With Nutrisystem, she donated meals to the hungry worth $10 million in contributions.
  • Wikipedia: Janet Jackson