English Idioms The Weekly Idiom: To grab a bite to eat
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Definition:

To get something to eat quickly

Example Dialogue:

A: Boy, am I hungry! 
B: So am I, but I only have an hour before my next class.
A: Well, let's grab a bite to eat at that Chinese take out.

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2 years, 9 months ago by Ricardo # 1235
I am hungry right now, I have to grab a bite to eat.

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