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side order

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food
side orderˈside ˌorder noun [countable]  DFa small amount of food ordered in a restaurant to be eaten with a main meal but served on a separate dish a side order of onion rings
Examples from the Corpus
side orderWe had grilled chicken dark meat over rice with a little sauce, and a side order of steamed green beans.The safest option is often a single, enormous sausage and a side order of disintegrating baked beans.He also had a side order of Navy bean soup, a cottage-cheese salad and cherry pie.This is chutzpah on rye bread with a side order of pickles and sour cream.
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