Spanish translation of 'eat out'
intransitive verb + adverb
transitive verb + adverb
⇒ to eat one's heart out
⇒ I've written a novel: Marcel Proust, eat your heart out!(informal)
he escrito una novela: ¡chúpate esa, Marcel Proust! (inf)
Example Sentences Including 'eat out'
`If I lived up here, I would - "she gulped' - I would eat out here a lot.Miss Melville Regrets
"Yes," the goat-boy said, "and he's supposed to hang there till the birds fluck out his eyes and the dogs eat out his end tails.COLDHEART CANYON (2001)
`There's too much foreign rubbish forced on you if you want to eat out.A Death in Time
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Translation of eat out from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary