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something to eat/drink/read/do etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsomething to eat/drink/read/do etcsomething to eat/drink/read/do etcDFDFDsome food, a drink, a book, an activity etc Would you like something to drink? I should take something to read on the plane. something
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something to eat/drink/read/do etcMost calendar programs remind you gently when you have something to do.No, you can't dash out for something to eat.Then I rolled up my things in a blanket and went out and had something to eat.You've done it a thousand times already, but you do it again, just for something to do.But he was walking to a truck stop across the street, probably getting something to eat during his break.It had something to do with being a man.It had something to do with skills, and something to do with expectation and hope.Of course, the beer might have had something to do with this.
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