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Doggie Bag

Doggie Bag - a bag or box that is used to take home leftover food

  • I can't finish my food. I am going to ask for a doggie bag.
  • Do you think we should ask for a doggie bag? I can't eat all my food.
  • We are going to split a meal, because I don't want to take home a doggie bag.
  • My mother always brings home a doggie bag, when she goes out to eat.
  • Are you embarrassed to ask for a doggie bag?
  • I don't like to waste food, so I ask for a doggie bag.

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