In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1comida preparada o bebida que se vende para consumir fuera del lugar de venta
- When she arrived in this country aged 55, she had to work in a carry-out restaurant, chopping vegetables, packing up meals, washing dishes.
- They would have to order carry-out because of her delay, she knew, but her stomach had long ago turned sour.
- The place was doing a little carry-out business, too.
- Linda Campbell, who lives with her two daughters in a nearby block of flats, says she tries to buy fruit and vegetables but resorts to carry-outs up to three times a week.
- When she returned she brought not only her report, rather less pathetic-looking than it had been, but also a cup of carry-out tea, to fortify her for the afternoon.
- Far from being honoured by their offspring they feel as if they are tolerated, if only because they put Chinese carry-outs on the table and designer labels on their backs.
- Alyth wasn't sure who the others were, but they had all brought carry-outs from the local store.
- If they ban it in pubs, I will just have to get carry-outs and drink at home.
- I used to wait till darkness came in, then I'd go across the road and get a carry-out.
- Late one cold night on an uptown A train, a homeless man sat quietly eating his dinner from a aluminum carry-out plate.
- He arrived at his girlfriend's flat, clutching an Indian carry-out and a can of Iru Bru.
- I seldom choose to spend my free time cooking and instead eat at restaurants or order carry-out on most nights.
- The trash can was overflowing with styrofoam coffee cups and greasy fast food carry-out bags.
- The company operates three different models - a sit-down and buffet restaurant, a delivery / carry-out model and a convenience store unit.
- Mom stepped in, juggling her bag and the carry-out box from Olive Garden.
- Julia had gotten home late from work, and was on the couch with carry-out sushi, talking back to the news and gesturing with her chopsticks.
- I can't afford to hire one of those chefs who cooks in your home, and I think a Chinese carry-out might be a dead giveaway.
- We made enough money to buy a carry-out on the way home.
- It began when I got a call, on Saturday to collect a carry-out from the Hermitage Bar on Canal Street and deliver it to a female customer's house.
- Buy a carry-out meal for a stranger who needs it
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