eat outintransitive verb phrase
1. (to dine away from home)transitive verb phrase
a. comer fuera
We were feeling too lazy to cook, so we decided to eat out.Nos daba demasiada pereza cocinar, así que decidimos comer fuera.
We want to eat out tonight. Could you recommend a good restaurant?Queremos salir a comer esta noche. Nos podrías recomendar un buen restaurante?
2. (slang) (vulgar) (to give cunnilingus or annilingus)
a. comerse (vulgar)
Honey, life's too short to be with a man who won't eat you out.Guapa, la vida es demasiado corta para estar con un hombre que no te lo come.
eat outintransitive verb
a. salir a comer fuera
to eat one's heart out consumirse; I've written a novel: Marcel Proust, eat your heart out! he escrito una novela: ¡chúpate esa, Marcel Proust! (informal)
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