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takeaway
American English: /ˈteɪkəˌweɪ/
British English: /ˈteɪkəweɪ/

Translation of takeaway in Spanish:

adjective

  • (British English)
    para llevar
    (restaurant)
    de comida para llevar

noun

(British English)
  • 1.1 (restaurant)
    restaurante (masculine) de comida para llevar
    1.2 (meal)
    comida (feminine) preparada
    we had a takeaway
    compramos comida para llevar
    Example sentences
    • Many of today's young people, existing on takeaways or meals taken out of the freezer and bunged in the microwave, complain about the cost of things.
    • But despite feeding ready meals and takeaways to their children parents are eating far less of them - on average just 64 ready meals each a year.
    • About once a fortnight, I eat a fatty takeaway for dinner: fish and chips, Chinese, kebabs.
    Example sentences
    • Almost half the weight of some chicken sold through restaurants and takeaways is made up of water and food additives, according to an investigation.
    • He works seven nights a week delivering food for a Chinese restaurant and a pizza takeaway.
    • Currently in the High Street there are two Indian takeaways, two fish and chip shops, a Chinese takeaway and a pizza takeaway.

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