carry-out

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car·ry-out

(kăr′ē-out′)
adj.
Takeout.

car′ry-out′ n.

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]
Translations

carry-out

[ˈkærɪˌaʊt]
A. ADJ [meal etc] → para llevar
B. N (= food) → comida f para llevar (esp Scot) (= drink) → bebida f para llevar
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