Translation of takeaway in Spanish:

takeaway

para llevar, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈteɪkəˌweɪ//ˈteɪkəweɪ/

adjective

British

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    para llevar
    (restaurant) de comida para llevar

noun

British

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    (restaurant)
    restaurante de comida para llevar masculine
    • Traders in Gorse Hill fear customers are shopping elsewhere because of a deluge of fast food outlets and takeaways.
    • The presentation night was held at the Tale of Spice restaurant, in Castle Street, which were winners in the best takeaway and best veggie food sections.
    • He and his friend then went to a takeaway that sold kebabs.
    • Surely with the lack of housing it would be good policy not to allow any more houses to be changed into food takeaways.
    • The department is responsible for checking up to 1,500 food premises - including food shops, cafes, restaurants, bars and takeaways - in its sprawling area.
    • He works seven nights a week delivering food for a Chinese restaurant and a pizza takeaway.
    • Currently in the High Street there are two Indian takeaways, two fish and chip shops, a Chinese takeaway and a pizza takeaway.
    • Keep Britain Tidy predicted problems would be caused by litter and discarded food from takeaways and overflowing household rubbish bags.
    • He said: ‘I do a lot of walking and the amount of rubbish that is left in Westhoughton comes from fast food outlets and takeaways.’
    • Almost half the weight of some chicken sold through restaurants and takeaways is made up of water and food additives, according to an investigation.
    • And for the first time ever, late-night hot food takeaways operating after 11 pm will also come under the umbrella of the new act.
    • They were walking home with a pizza from a nearby takeaway.
    • I can vouch for the takeaway as the meals we have had from there have been excellent, so we decided it was time to try out the restaurant.
    • He said that although there were no specific laws that restricted opening times of food takeaways, the planning permission system allowed the council to apply measures.
    • Almost 90% of Britons said they were partial to a plate of chips, with more than 300 million takeaways being sold each year.
    • Computer software to do everything from running a pizza takeaway to organising a huge computer gaming tournament was also on display.
    • Traders, especially those selling food and takeaways, must take responsibility for the areas around their premises and encourage customers to dispose of rubbish properly.
    • The restaurant is already neighboured by two hot food takeaways, one on either side.
    • There are already two hot food takeaways on Moredon Road and one being built.
    • She began by making samosas, chapattis and other finger foods for a takeaway and soon she had to take on others to help her.
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    (meal)
    comida preparada feminine
    we had a takeaway compramos comida para llevar
    • Bruce pulled over outside a Kennebunk clam restaurant and sent me in to get a takeaway.
    • According to the research eating out and getting takeaways is becoming routine and, whereas before it was usually considered a treat, now it is thought of as part and parcel of a hard-working lifestyle.
    • Business is back to normal in East Tamaki after Christmas close-downs and, thankfully, popular eatery Meet in The Sandwich has also re-opened its doors for breakfast, lunch and takeaways.
    • I don't want you to get the idea that I exist on takeaways and ready meals, because I don't.
    • Many of today's young people, existing on takeaways or meals taken out of the freezer and bunged in the microwave, complain about the cost of things.
    • Out went takeaways and big lunches and in came healthy alternatives like tuna without mayo and cottage cheese instead of Cheddar.
    • There is also a restaurant where you can have breakfast and buy takeaways and there is a licensed bar too.
    • People were sitting there eating takeaways and watching TV.
    • Make sure you take regular breaks and treat yourself to a delicious takeaway or meal out in the evening.
    • But despite feeding ready meals and takeaways to their children parents are eating far less of them - on average just 64 ready meals each a year.
    • Evening meals are often takeaways: neither he nor his wife are keen cooks.
    • Every night for the last week I have had to phone for a takeaway because I can't control my appetite.
    • Even the normally unflappable Health Squad team were almost speechless when they discovered that Una's diet consists of coffee and a fag for breakfast and a takeaway for dinner!
    • About once a fortnight, I eat a fatty takeaway for dinner: fish and chips, Chinese, kebabs.
    • She lay on her mother's sofa, watching television and eating chocolates, then had a Chinese takeaway in the evening.
    • The teas at home declined a bit; there were more takeaways and cheap ready meals.
    • Jane used to eat takeaways, crisps and snacks, but has now traded fatty food for a Weight Watcher's diet - low fat sandwiches and healthy but tasty dishes.
    • The Kai Cart just back from the waterfront serves interesting food and the group recommends the paua patties which can be eaten on the site or bought as a takeaway.
    • I got takeaways from the fish and chip shop and ate them in the park with a fellow blogger, and it was lovely, except for the mosquitoes, but I ate way too much.
    • We were turned away from 3 restaurants who refused to do a takeaway as they were too busy.