I just saw the Chinese poster of Japanese animation movie called "I Want to Eat Your Pancreas".

This is its title in Chinese :


I wonder why they used 吃掉 instead of just 吃. Is there any difference between 吃 and 吃掉?

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吃 only means eat, while 吃掉 means eating the whole thing.
吃掉你的胰臟 means that eating the whole pancreas.
吃掉 is also slightly more derogatory than only 吃.

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