Definition of 'doggy bag'
Example sentences containing 'doggy bag'
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This left enough to fill not so much a doggy bag as an elephant bag. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Neither of us finishes the huge main course and he asks for a doggy bag. Times, Sunday Times (2013)If we went to a restaurant she would always ask for a doggy bag. The Sun (2010)A nice friendly waiter gave us a doggy bag for the bones. The Sun (2011)Seems she wasn't hungry though - she left with what looks like a rather fancy doggy bag. The Sun (2006)Many UK restaurants will now pack any leftover food for you to take home if you ask for a doggy bag. Times, Sunday Times (2010)If you can't manage the enormous portion of warm fluffy apple in filo pastry, the waiters will happily supply a doggy bag. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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