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English definition of “all-you-can-eat”

all-you-can-eat

adjective [before noun] uk   /ɔːl.jə.kənˈiːt/ us    /ɑːl-/
used to describe a meal at a restaurant where people can serve themselves as much food as they want: The bar has an all-you-can-eat buffet lunch for $10. used to describe an arrangement in which a company allows customers to use a service as much as they like or to download as much as they like from the internet for a fixed amount of money: all-you-can-eat packages of voice, video, and internet services
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