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Definition of to go in English:

North American (Of food or drink from a restaurant or cafe) to be eaten or drunk off the premises: one large cheese-and-peppers pizza, to go
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  • I had a revelation recently, when I stopped into Pendelis to get a pizza to go.
  • Having watched too many US films where successful, busy, career people scream for ‘a latte and a Danish to go’, we don't feel we are truly glamorous unless we come bowling into the office juggling Styrofoam cups, pastries and a newspaper.
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