Examples of takeout in a Sentence
We ordered some Chinese takeout.
She works in a Chinese takeout.
Recent Examples of takeout from the Web
Police are seeking a group of youths in connection with an explosive device thrown into a Chinese takeout in Queen Village earlier this month.
Video games and Chipotle takeout are far more compelling than carrying on the family business.
Texas Steakhouse - Get 50 wings for $25. Pre-order and takeout only, minimum 2-hour notice required.
The Family Style Meals, which start at $29.99, are the chain’s response to growing demand for takeout options.
Most of the business is expected to be takeout; the space will have only about nine stools at a counter lining the windows.
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The couple had outstanding warrants for aggravated battery and cruelty to children after an encounter with the restaurant owner of the Qwik Chick takeout stand off U.S. Highway 1.
Breckies offers dine-in, takeout or delivery at 5250 North Tarrant Parkway, in the SoHigh Village shopping center at Park Vista Boulevard west of Watauga.
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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
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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