short-order

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short–order

adjective \ˈshrt-ˌr-dər, -ˈr-\

: making or serving food that can be cooked quickly when a customer orders it

Full Definition of SHORT-ORDER

:  preparing or serving food that can be cooked quickly to a customer's order <a short–order cook>

First Known Use of SHORT-ORDER

1920

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