buy food


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Verb1.buy food - purchase prepared food to be eaten at home
buy, purchase - obtain by purchase; acquire by means of a financial transaction; "The family purchased a new car"; "The conglomerate acquired a new company"; "She buys for the big department store"
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"When we were coming to you we had no boat to cross the sea in and no money to buy food to eat on our journey.
"I think that six broad pennies will buy food enow for a dozen men," said the Tanner.
He will sell it to the jeweller, and buy food and firewood, and finish his play."
It was no use to think of drowning herself--she could not do it, at least while she had money left to buy food and strength to journey on.
"No fault, my fair lord, but a virtue: for how many rich ransoms have you won, and yet have scattered the crowns among page and archer and varlet, until in a week you had not as much as would buy food and forage.
Sources at Afia Nsit told reporters that Essien, 35, burnt his son to death for allegedly stealing N500 from a neighbour's house to buy food.
Buy Food Give Food initiative has already helped feed over 100,000 dogs.
Police are seeking public cooperation to help find an eight-year-old boy who was reported missing after leaving his house to buy food for breakfast at a shop near his house in Kampung Gertak Seratus, Kuala Besut, Terengganu, yesterday.
THE percentage of UK shoppers who buy food and drink on supermarket websites has dropped for the first time, a survey has revealed.
"Then we decided that it would be better for passengers to buy food themselves," Gurbanov said.
People belonging to different walks of life said that they could not afford to buy food from hotels at higher rates in the absence of gas in their homes.
YEAR 6 students at Malvern Primary School, in Huyton, have raised PS200 to buy food for a local foodbank.