Translation: from spanish

we'll eat out

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  • eat out — {v.} 1. To eat in a restaurant; eat away from home. * /Fred ate out often even when he wasn t out of town./ 2. To rust, rot, or be destroyed in time. * /Rust had eaten out the gun barrel./ See: EAT AWAY …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • eat out — {v.} 1. To eat in a restaurant; eat away from home. * /Fred ate out often even when he wasn t out of town./ 2. To rust, rot, or be destroyed in time. * /Rust had eaten out the gun barrel./ See: EAT AWAY …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • Eat Out NY — is a local television series that explores New York City s restaurants. The program runs in the New York City area on NYC TV (channel 25) and on WNBC (channel 4). Hosted and produced by former Ford model Kelly Choi, the show has become a top… …   Wikipedia

  • eat out — eat at a restaurant, eat at a cafe    On Friday evenings we eat out, usually at a Greek restaurant …   English idioms

  • eat out — eat at a restaurant (e.g.: I don t feel like cooking tonight, let s eat out ) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • eat out of someone's hand — see ↑eat • • • Main Entry: ↑hand …   Useful english dictionary

  • eat out of your hand — eat out of your/sb s ˈhand idiom to trust sb and be willing to do what they say • She ll have them eating out of her hand in no time. Main entry: ↑eatidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • eat out of somebody's hand — eat out of your/sb s ˈhand idiom to trust sb and be willing to do what they say • She ll have them eating out of her hand in no time. Main entry: ↑eatidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • eat out — verb eat at a restaurant or at somebody else s home • Syn: ↑dine out • Ant: ↑eat in • Hypernyms: ↑eat • Verb Frames: Somebody s …   Useful english dictionary

  • eat out — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms eat out : present tense I/you/we/they eat out he/she/it eats out present participle eating out past tense ate out past participle eaten out to have a meal in a restaurant instead of at home People are… …   English dictionary

  • eat out of one's hand — {v. phr.}, {informal} To trust someone fully; believe or obey someone without question. * /The governor has the reporters eating out of his hand./ * /Helen is so pretty and popular that all the boys eat out of her hand./ …   Dictionary of American idioms


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