Have a bite to eat
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to have a bite (or have a bite to eat): to have some light food, to eat a small meal
- "Jean : Well, I'm very hungry, and since we don't eat dinner with Mamie, I suggest we go inside and at least we have a bite to eat, you know 'miam miam'."
- "I was just having a bite to eat, but I can talk for a moment."
- "Then we'll have a bite to eat and we'll send you back to your school."
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