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convenience food

noun [U or C] uk   us  
food that is almost ready to eat when it is bought and can be prepared quickly and easily
Translations of “convenience food”
in Chinese (Traditional) 方便食品…
in Russian еда быстрого приготовления…
in Turkish çarçabuk hazırlanan yiyecek, hazır/paketlenmiş yiyecek/gıda…
in Chinese (Simplified) 方便食品…
in Polish daniagotowe…
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