Of, or relating to food intended to be eaten off the premises(adjective)
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Use "take-away" in a sentence
"It's usually helpful to get some specific "take-away" in terms of planning."
"I think the main 'take-away' was that Cities Matter."
"That your take-away from my post is that I believe the tunnel is "equivalent" to terrorism, and that those who oppose the tunnel support George Bush seriously brings into question your ability to measure the credibility of anybody's post."