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fast food

noun [U] uk   us  
A2 hot food such as hamburgers that is quick to cook or is already cooked and is therefore served very quickly in a restaurant
Translations of “fast food”
in Korean 패스트 푸드…
in Arabic مَأكولات سَريعة…
in Portuguese pratos rápidos…
in Catalan menjar ràpid…
in Japanese ファストフード…
in Italian fast food…
in Chinese (Traditional) 速食…
in Russian еда быстрого приготовления…
in Turkish ayaküstü yenilen yemek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 快餐…
in Polish (jedzenie typu) fast food, szybkie dania…
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