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    opposite/antonym

    Hi,

    Does the expression "to go", used when orderring food as a take-away, have any opposites/antonyms?

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    Re: opposite/antonym

    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsan1986 View Post
    Hi,

    Does the expression "to go", used when orderring food as a take-away, have any opposites/antonyms?
    "Would you like that 'to go' or 'to eat here'?"

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    Re: opposite/antonym

    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsan1986 View Post
    Hi,

    Does the expression "to go", used when ordering food as a take-away, have any opposites/antonyms?
    In UK English, we rarely use "to go": we'd normally say, "Is that to take out or to eat in?"

    buggles (not a teacher)

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