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to take a meal

  • 1 cēnō

        cēnō āvī, ātus, āre    [cena], to dine, take a meal, eat dinner: spes bene cenandi, Iu.: bene, frugaliter: lauto paratu, Iu.: apud Domitium: unā: cum cenatum esset, L.—P. perf., cenatus, having dined, after dinner: cum cenatus cubitum isset: te cenatum occidere: milites cenatos esse in castris iubet, S.: amet scripsisse (versūs) cenatus, H.— To make a meal of, eat, dine upon. aves, H.: aprum, H.: patinas omasi, H.: pisces, H.: ostrea, Iu.
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    cenare, cenavi, cenatus V
    dine, eat dinner/supper; have dinner with; dine on, make a meal of

    Latin-English dictionary > cēnō

  • 2 prandeō

        prandeō prandī, prānsus, ēre    [prandium], to take breakfast, breakfast, eat for luncheon: Caninio consule scito neminem prandisse (he held office only part of a day): prandebat sibi quisque deus, Iu.: luscinias, H.
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    prandere, prandi, pransus V

    Latin-English dictionary > prandeō

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  • take — takable, takeable, adj. taker, n. /tayk/, v., took, taken, taking, n. v.t. 1. to get into one s hold or possession by voluntary action: to take a cigarette out of a box; to take a pen and begin to write. 2. to hold, grasp, or grip: to take a book …   Universalium

  • meal — UK US /miːl/ noun ► [C] an occasion when food is eaten, or the food which is eaten on such an occasion: go out/take sb out for a meal »He took the whole team out for a meal at the end of the project. have/eat a meal »I have my main meal at midday …   Financial and business terms

  • take — [n] profit booty*, catch, catching, cut, gate, haul*, holding, part, proceeds, receipts, return, returns, revenue, share, takings, yield; concept 344 Ant. debt, loss take [v1] get; help oneself to abduct, accept, acquire, arrest, attain, capture …   New thesaurus

  • take-out — take|out «TAYK OWT», noun. 1. that which is taken out or removed: »The city promised the takeout from the take home pay will decline to normal (New York Times). 2. a magazine article printed on full and successive pages and easily removable as a… …   Useful english dictionary

  • take|out — «TAYK OWT», noun. 1. that which is taken out or removed: »The city promised the takeout from the take home pay will decline to normal (New York Times). 2. a magazine article printed on full and successive pages and easily removable as a unit:… …   Useful english dictionary

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