from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Intended to be eaten off the premises: takeout pizza.
- adj. Selling or intended for the sale of food products to be consumed off the premises: a takeout counter; takeout containers.
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- adj. intended to be eaten off the premises
- n. Food purchased from a takeaway
- n. A stone that hits another stone, removing it from play
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or involving food to be taken and eaten off the premises
- n. (bridge) a bid that asks your partner to bid another suit
- n. prepared food that is intended to be eaten off of the premises
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Takeaway is what they call takeout here in England, and this has become our regular Friday night treat, the way pizza was back in Concord.
According to the Herald Sun, the bureau looked at the case and found, that whilst the act depicted could be consensual, the overall impact and most likely takeout is that the scene is suggestive of violence and rape ....
I know the takeout is different, but the fact that the waitresses, hostess and servers were so rude to us is enough for us to boycott this place.
BTW, one other place you might want to try for Indian takeout is a little hole in the wall place on 44th between Lex and 3rd (closer to 3rd) next to the Chipotle.
According to Debat, the big takeout is what the U.S.
Utsav takeout is well within price limits for midtown lunch (veggie & meat, dal, rice, bread, salad costs $8), and the line is usually much shorter than most of the other nearby good choices …
Your employer will reimburse you for up to $500 in takeout food to ease your first four weeks at home.
Despite years of overindulging in Chinese takeout and underindulging in leafy green vegetables, my colon was pink, healthy and free of polyps.
When he spent the night (rare, like a Bigfoot sighting) we slept in like teenagers and ordered takeout from the Thai place around the corner.
When the Council of Doom meets, do they get takeout from the Chinese Delivery Place of Death, and then wash the excess Mu Shu sauce off their hands in the Bathroom of Destruction?
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