Examples of takeout in a Sentence
We ordered some Chinese takeout.
She works in a Chinese takeout.
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Wild Ginger, a popular, 20-seat pan-Asian restaurant, also provides tasty takeout.
According to the New York Post agents from Ross’s security detail entered a fancy takeout place in the Hamptons last week, frantically looking for the missing commerce secretary.
Cold noodles with sesame sauce right out of the takeout box.
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Remember what happened when Chase Utley’s takeout slide into second base in Game 2 broke the leg of Mets shortstop Ruben Tejada?
Pack a picnic basket filled with takeout treats from the Pizitz food market and watch the birds and deer.
And there is no obligation to tip on takeout orders.
Hartford, offers takeout paellas for the holiday season at a 20 percent discount.
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First Known Use of takeout
First Known Use of take-out
Definition of take out
- take out their resentments on one another
- —J. W. Aldridge
- take out a charter
- take out a second mortgage
- took the debt out in trade
Examples of take out in a Sentence
he took out his frustrations by splitting a cord of firewood
she'd like to take the new boy out to the movies sometime
Recent Examples of take out from the Web
Thanks for bringing up insomnia, every adult's bogeyman, emerging from the corners of your bedroom just as your head hits the pillow, determined to keep your brain, like a petulant teenager, from taking out its (protein) trash.
Officials have said the working cash boost is designed to avoid or reduce the need to take out tax anticipation warrants, which are designed to tide the district over until money comes in.
She was taken out of the back seat to be handcuffed and, at that point, dropped her pants and squatted to urinate.
Since September 2016 there have been at least two cases in which Red Line cars were taken out of service after customers reported infestations.
As he was being taken out, the deputies were called back to help with other individuals.
More than 60 percent of students who attend a for-profit school nationally take out federal loans, compared to 29 percent at public institutions.
The vessel was taken out of service in June 2015 and remains at a mooring facility in Ketchikan.
This flawed research could be taken out of context and support efforts to identify or persecute people believed to be gay, which is criminalised in at least 72 countries and punishable by death in eight.
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First Known Use of take out
take out Synonyms
Synonymsloose, release, unleash, vent, give way (to)
Antonymsbottle (up), repress, suppress
Related Wordsact out; air, express, state, ventilate, voice
Near Antonymscontrol, govern, handle, manage; bridle, check, constrain, contain, curb, hold back, pull in, quell, rein (in), restrain, smother, tame; allay, lull, quiet, soothe, still; choke, inhibit, muffle, pocket, repress, stifle, strangle, swallow
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