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take·a·way

 (tāk′ə-wā′)
n.
1. Sports The act or an instance of taking away the ball or puck from the team on the offensive, as by recovery of a fumbled football or by interception of a passed puck.
2. The lesson or principle that one learns from a story or event. Used with the.
3. A concession made by a labor union during contract negotiations; a giveback.
4. Chiefly British A takeout restaurant.
adj. also take-a·way (tāk′ə-wā′)
Chiefly British Takeout.

take•out

(ˈteɪkˌaʊt)

n.
1. the act of taking out.
2. something made to be taken out.
3. a store or restaurant preparing food to be eaten elsewhere.
adj.
4. intended to be taken from the point of sale and consumed elsewhere: takeout meals.
[1915–20]

takeaway

takeout
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.takeaway - prepared food that is intended to be eaten off of the premisestakeaway - prepared food that is intended to be eaten off of the premises; "in England they call takeout food `takeaway'"
convenience food - any packaged dish or food that can be prepared quickly and easily as by thawing or heating
2.takeaway - a concession made by a labor union to a company that is trying to lower its expenditures
concession - a point conceded or yielded; "they won all the concessions they asked for"
3.takeaway - the act of taking the ball or puck away from the team on the offense (as by the interception of a pass)
maneuver, manoeuvre, play - a deliberate coordinated movement requiring dexterity and skill; "he made a great maneuver"; "the runner was out on a play by the shortstop"
Translations
teplé jídlo přes ulici
mad ud af huset
noutoruoka
hrana naručena iz restorana
テークアウト
집에 사가지고 가는 요리
hranarestavracija s hrano
måltid för avhämtning
cửa hàng bán thức ăn mang về

takeaway

[ˈteɪkəweɪ]
A. N (= restaurant) → tienda f de comida para llevar; (= meal) → comida f para llevar
a Chinese takeawayuna comida china para llevar
B. CPD [food] → para llevar

takeaway

[ˈteɪkəweɪ] (British)
adj
[food, meal] → à emporter
n
(= restaurant) → restaurant m de vente à emporter
(= meal) → plat m à emportertake-home pay nsalaire m net

takeaway

[ˈteɪkəˌwəɪ] (Brit)
1. n (shop) → rosticceria; (meal) → piatto pronto (da asporto)
2. adj (food) → da asporto, da portar via

takeaway

وَجْبَةٌ جَاهِزَة teplé jídlo přes ulici mad ud af huset Essen zum Mitnehmen φαγητό για το σπίτι comida para llevar noutoruoka plat à emporter hrana naručena iz restorana takeaway テークアウト 집에 사가지고 가는 요리 afhaalmaaltijd måltid til å ta med hjem jedzenie na wynos comida para fora, fornecimento de comida para levar блюдо навынос måltid för avhämtning ร้านที่ขายอาหารหรืออาหารที่ซื้อกลับไปทานที่บ้าน hazır yemek cửa hàng bán thức ăn mang về 外卖餐
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