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fast food

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food
fast foodˈfast food noun [uncountable]  DFfood such as hamburgers which is prepared quickly and that you can take away with you
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fast foodObviously, the type of leadership qualities required for a fast food establishment are not the same as for an insurance company.a fast-food restaurantThis boom in fast food is providing strong competition for both staff restaurants and school meal services.In an era of fast food, subsistence incomes don't make for a culinary culture.I lived on fast food, I smoked, I drank, I did drugs.This is the first time a high street fast food chain has linked up with a theme park.The fast food sector offered a £1 billion a year market in sandwiches alone.Go to fast food places at peak hours, when extra cooks and cashiers are working.Many roads are littered with fast food containers, diapers, wrecked and / or stolen cars, and animals.
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