Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Takeaway"

The meaning of "Takeaway" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does biggest takeaway mean?
A: Yes, you can use those as well.
Q: What does takeaway mean?
A: It can mean:
A place that sells cooked food that you eat elsewhere (you take it away)
Or
A lesson you are meant to learn
("The takeaway of this meeting is to always fill in your paperwork on time")

I think the first use might be more British, but I am not sure.
Q: What does key takeaway mean?
A: Key = main, most important
Takeaway = What you learned
Q: What does takeaway, note is one word.
if you can give me some examples as well, I'll appreciate. thx mean?
A: @AndreaRojas1019: some point(s) or fact(s) that is/are worth noting or remembering. They can come from any social encounter, or any sort of media.

For example: One takeaway from this meeting is that we need to find a way to communicate better.

Or

Some takeaways I got from that movie were that It's good to spend time with family, and that good things always end too soon.
Q: What does takeaway(for lectures) mean?
A: These are the major points the audience "takes away" or remembers after the lecture is over.

This is based on the idea that for any lecture, the audience will forget most of it and only "take away" one or two major points.

Example sentences using "Takeaway"

Q: Please show me example sentences with takeaway.
A: I don't feel like cooking tonight so I'll pick up a takeaway from the Chinese on my way home.
Q: Please show me example sentences with

takeaway .
A: ‘Takeaway’ can either be

- a restaurant or shop selling cooked food to be eaten elsewhere (pretty sure this is only a British teen). eg : “My favourite thing to eat on Saturday night it Chinese takeaway

- a key fact, point, or idea to be remembered, typically one emerging from a discussion or meeting. eg: “the main point we need to takeaway from this meeting is that we need to focus on communication more”
Q: Please show me example sentences with takeaway.
A: Do you want to eat in the cafe, or shall we get takeaway?
I want a takeaway meal so I can eat it at home.
Here is the takeaway from that lecture: I should try much harder.
Q: Please show me example sentences with takeaway.
A: He never cooks. He always orders takeaway.
Q: Please show me example sentences with takeaway.
A: I went down the street for some Chinese takeaway.
("takeaway" is brit-eng for take-out food)

What's your takeaway on the country's economic situation?
("takeaway" is an idea or viewpoint on something)

Synonyms of "Takeaway" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between takeaways and key points ?
A: Take aways are things you have learned, things that stuck out to you in your mind, important things/ideas that summarize everything.

Key points are just important parts of the thing you are learning/talking about.
Q: What is the difference between takeaway and take away and take-away ?
A: takeaway and take-away are always about food or drink.

1. let's order takeaway
2. I've been eating a lot of take-away lately

take away could be about food and drink or it could just mean to take something away / remove something.

3. behave or I'll take away your toys.
Q: What is the difference between take-out and takeaway and Is it natural to say "I just bring some takeaway home"? ?
A: They're the same thing, same meaning just phrased differently.
You would usually say: I brought home Takeaway (Takeaway being the food you ordered from the restaurant, and ordering it to eat elsewhere)
Q: What is the difference between We aren't getting takeaway pizzas during the week. and We don't takeaway pizzas during the week. ?
A: The first one is correct. If you are using “takeaway pizzas” and “takeaway” is one word, then it is an adjective for the pizzas, hence we aren’t GETTING the takeaway pizzas.
Q: What is the difference between takeaway (food) and takeout(food) ?
A: Check the question to view the answer

Translations of "Takeaway"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? このラーメン屋はラーメンを持ち帰りする事ができる

We can takeaway the ramen at this ramen shop.
A: That is correct, but this sounds more natural:
“This ramen shop does takeout.”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? takeaway
A: In America, takeaway is called takeout or fast food
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I whaching the super bowl. and I saw : first takeaway what it means?
A: takeaway = an opinion you get by watching something

My first takeaway is that Nick Foles is better than Tom Brady = after watching for a little while, my first opinion is...

Other questions about "Takeaway"

Q: eat here or takeaway does this sound natural?
A: No
Person A: I would like a number 2 combo meal.
Person B: For here or to go?
Person A: To go
Q: I usually buy some takeaway food and eat it at my desk. does this sound natural?
A: Very good 👍🏻😊
Q: if i’ve already ordered takeaway food on my phone and go pick it up, in the shop what should i say? I’m here to collect my food?? Or ??
A: In the UK, we would say something along the lines of, "I'm here to pick up the order that I phoned through earlier.". We generally wouldn't use the expression, "I called in..." here in the UK.
Q: I'll get takeaway tonight. I'm not in the mood of cooking myself. does this sound natural?
A: I'll just order a takeaway tonight. I am not in the mood to cook.

"Cooking myself" sounds scary to me.
Q: Can you teach me the takeaway to learn a language quickly? does this sound natural?
A: *to learning

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