Examples of takeout in a Sentence
We ordered some Chinese takeout.
She works in a Chinese takeout.
Recent Examples of takeout from the Web
Just off the elevator on the third floor of the Westin, a small garbage can is overstuffed with containers of Meijer takeout—still warm—from a late night turning over into morning.
Meat, rice and vegetables will be available by the pound for takeout, too.
Texas-style barbecue takeout comes to Bristol Borough.
The robots roll autonomously through the nation’s capital using proprietary digital maps and sophisticated software to bring takeout food from restaurants to hungry customers at home.
Norway drew close in the fifth after a takeout shot that gave them two points to bring the score to 5-4, with Russia in the lead.
For $130, B&B Butchers & Restaurant’s Butcher Shop takeout counter is offering a choice of chateaubriand, filet mignon or beef Wellington for two with appetizers, sides and desserts — and, for an extra charge, gourmet chocolates and flowers.
The place was quiet at dinner, except for takeout orders, but was hopping at lunch – and no wonder, with such good food at visit-often prices.
Those who don't make the deadline can come back later to try Eli's BBQ or Hellenic Greek, two restaurants that will serve freshly made food for sit-down or takeout.
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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
Five more jurors were questioned and taken out of the jury pool in Noor Salman’s trial Monday morning.
This has included repaying all major loans taken out since 2008 and continuing to save into the state’s rainy day fund that now has $13 billion, about 10 percent of the $130 billion annual budget.
The victims often had mixed kratom with other substances, including chemicals taken out of inhalers and found in over-the-counter cold and flu drugs.
There is divided opinion, though, on whether this office should be taken out of the FAA’s hands and returned to the purview of the Secretary of Transportation (it was transferred to the FAA under mid-1990s streamlining measures).
The raid stemmed from a months-long investigation into loans the parent company had taken out to purchase the equipment, Newsweek reported at the time.
After the restart, the leaders were packed heading coming down the stretch before Kyle Larson spun out, taking out the majority of the front of the field.
The leaks, purporting to prove a deep-state conspiracy to smear Donald Trump, have thrown charge after charge against the FBI, and nearly every one has proven to be exaggerated, taken out of context, or outright false.
An investigation later revealed that Harding was involved in this plot to take out her rival, and she was convicted of hindering prosecution and banned from figure skating.
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First Known Use of take out
take out Synonyms
give way (to);
TAKEOUT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of takeout for English Language Learners
: food that is cooked in a restaurant and taken by a customer to be eaten in another place
: a restaurant that sells takeout
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