A take-out or takeout (U.S., Canada, & the Philippines);
carry-out or to-go (Scotland and some dialects in the U.S. & Canada);
take-away (U.K., Australia, South Africa, & Ireland, and occasionally in North America);
takeaways (New Zealand);
and parcel (India & Bangladesh Pakistan)
is a prepared meal or other food items, purchased at a restaurant or fast food outlet that the purchaser intends to eat elsewhere.
takeaway (...) (British English)
(North American English takeout)
(also carry-out US English, Scottish English)
British, Irish, Australian, and New Zealand publications tend to use takeaway (...)
Americans and (to a lesser extent) Canadians prefer takeout (...)
Canadian writers favor takeout, though takeaway appears occasionally in Canadian publications
takeaway noun (...) chiefly British : takeout
takeout (...) noun North American
take-home (...) noun (...) 2 US Something designed or intended to be taken away for use, consumption, or enjoyment at home.
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