Definition of 'takeaway'
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It was easier to get a takeaway on the way back from the hospital. The Sun (2016)Within weeks, residents complained of increased litter in the area and dog waste bins crammed with takeaway food packaging. Times, Sunday Times (2017)But I was still happy to eat takeaways at home. The Sun (2016)After finding the body at 8pm they continued to take photographs around the building and then moved to another location before getting food at a takeaway chain. Times, Sunday Times (2016)CHICKEN may have been the world's first takeaway food up to 2,800 years ago. The Sun (2016)Whether it was going for lunch near the hospital or getting a takeaway on the way home, our usual home-cooked meals went out of the window. The Sun (2016)There is a bar on site with takeaway food and some cheap and cheerful restaurants nearby. The Sun (2012)The oil in which takeaway and restaurant food is fried is another likely source. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Sales staff sit around eating from takeaway boxes. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They were promised takeaway a meal if they completed the task. The Sun (2007)When some very grand people came to visit his art collection they were given takeaway pizza. Blaikie's Guide to Modern Manners (2005)People say that eating healthily is expensive but so are junk food and takeaways. The Sun (2009)Luck smiles in a pizza restaurant or takeaway. The Sun (2011)He continued with hot takeaway food. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You can also limit takeaway dinners. The Sun (2014)Leave the takeaway menus at home. The Sun (2014)People cook rather than get takeaways. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It's for local workers to buy takeaway food or eat at bar seats. Times, Sunday Times (2009)And remains of roast dinners and Chinese takeaways are most commonly chucked out. The Sun (2013)We'd either eat out or get takeaways. Times, Sunday Times (2016)THAT people have enough spare cash to buy a takeaway is a good sign. The Sun (2015)A night out can also mean a trip home via a takeaway. The Sun (2013)I was tempted to buy a takeaway and bring it to the room. Times, Sunday Times (2008)VAT will be added to all hot takeaway food, closing a loophole that exempted certain products. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'takeaway'
British English: takeaway /ˈteɪkəˌweɪ/ NOUN
A takeaway is a shop or restaurant which sells hot food to be eaten elsewhere. A meal that you buy there is also called a takeaway.
Let's get a takeaway tonight.
- American English: takeout
- Arabic: وَجْبَةٌ جَاهِزَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: fornecimento de comida para levar
- Chinese: 外卖餐
- Croatian: hrana naručena iz restorana
- Czech: teplé jídlo přes ulici nebo restaurace, která je prodává
- Danish: mad ud af huset
- Dutch: afhaalmaaltijd
- European Spanish: comida para llevar
- Finnish: noutoruoka
- French: plat à emporter
- German: Essen zum Mitnehmen
- Greek: φαγητό για το σπίτι
- Italian: takeaway
- Japanese: テークアウト
- Korean: 집에 사가지고 가는 요리
- Norwegian: måltid til å ta med hjem
- Polish: jedzenie na wynos
- European Portuguese: comida para fora
- Romanian: mâncare comandată la pachet
- Russian: блюдо навынос
- Spanish: comida para llevar
- Swedish: måltid för avhämtning
- Thai: ร้านที่ขายอาหารหรืออาหารที่ซื้อกลับไปทานที่บ้าน
- Turkish: hazır yemek
- Ukrainian: заклад, що продає їжу на винос
- Vietnamese: cửa hàng bán thức ăn mang về
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