- 1British A restaurant or shop selling cooked food to be eaten elsewhere: a fast-food takeaway [as modifier]: a takeaway pizzaMore 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.
- 1.1A meal or dish bought from a shop or restaurant to be eaten elsewhere: he phoned for a takeaway [mass noun]: he is happy to eat Chinese takeawayMore 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.
- 2A key fact, point, or idea to be remembered, typically one emerging from a discussion or meeting: the main takeaway for me is that we need to continue to communicate all the things we’re doing for our customers [as modifier]: the takeaway messageMore example sentences
- The important takeaway point is that SEO isn't something that can just be tweaked under the hood.
- The other big takeaway from the book was that life insurance is another industry that only commanded high prices by hiding information.
- I'll write more detailed notes later, but here are some quick takeaways.
- 3 Golf another term for backswing. many golfers ruin the swing with a poor takeawayMore example sentences
- Under Harmon, Pavin has worked to lose his distinctive habit of lifting and fanning the club open on the takeaway, producing a backswing that was too narrow and too long.
- To create a consistent tempo, it helps to have a little movement before the takeaway, such as a waggle of the clubhead back and forth above the ball.
- Recently, we've smoothed out some minor kinks she had in her takeaway and the top of the backswing.
More definitions of takeawayDefinition of takeaway in:
- The US English dictionary