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Angela: If you want to lose weight try eating a salad instead of a hamburger for lunch. Brent: I don't like rabbit food.
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rabbit food — noun a) A type of food specially formulated for the feeding of rabbits The bunny ate the rabbit food. b) salad vegetables, such as carrots, celery or lettuce. Are you on a diet? Why are you eating that rabbit food? … Wiktionary
rabbit food — n. lettuce; salad greens. □ I think I need a little more rabbit food in my diet. □ Rabbit food tends to have a lot of vitamin C … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
rabbit food — lettuce, carrots, cabbage etc. Dad says salad is tasteless. He calls it rabbit food … English idioms
rabbit food — /ˈræbət fud/ (say rabuht foohd) noun 1. food designed to be eaten by rabbits. 2. Colloquial (humorous) food for humans regarded as suitable only for rabbits, as lettuce, cucumber and many salad ingredients … Australian English dictionary
rabbit food — Informal. raw vegetables, esp. those used in salads, as lettuce, carrots, radishes, or celery. [1905 10, for literal sense] * * * … Universalium
rabbit food — n. raw vegetables … English slang
rabbit food — noun an uncooked vegetable • Syn: ↑raw vegetable • Hypernyms: ↑vegetable, ↑veggie, ↑veg • Substance Holonyms: ↑crudites … Useful english dictionary
food — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ delicious, excellent, good, great, superb, tasty, wonderful ▪ favourite/favorite ▪ decent … Collocations dictionary
food — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Nourishment Nouns 1. food, aliment, nourishment, nutriment; aliment[ation], foodstuffs, sustenance, nurture, subsistence, provender, daily bread, fodder, provision, ration, keep, commons, board; fare,… … English dictionary for students
rabbit — 1. n. Inadequate performer at games or sport. 2 v. Grumble. 3 v. Talk. Usu. rabbit on. 4. rabbitX s) punch Disabling blow on back of neck. 5. rabbit food Salad, esp. lettuce … A concise dictionary of English slang