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take-homenoun [U]

uk   us  
HR, WORKPLACE →  take-home pay

take-homeadjective

uk   us  
COMMERCE bought from a shop and eaten, used, etc. somewhere else: Competition has prevented the company raising the price of its take-home brands. This product was the only take-home beer to increase market share last year.
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