• A bite to eat means to get something to eat.
  • To get food that can be eaten quickly.

  • A small meal.

1. I just need 10 minutes to grab a bite to eat.

 

2. Sylvia often gets a bite to eat between meetings.

 

3. I feel light-headed, maybe I’ll feel better once I have a bite to eat.

 

4. A: I’m on my way out to grab a bite to eat. Would you like me to pick something up for you?

B: Sure, I’ll have whatever you’re having. Thanks!

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