Sau đây là những từ vựng cực kỳ tốt mà ad sưu tập được dành cho chủ đề FOOD bao gồm cả những phrasal verbs và expressions cực kỳ phổ biến trong tiếng Anh. Hi vọng nó sẽ giúp ích đến các bạn trong việc chinh phục IELTS band 7.0+
- to be full up: to eat to the point that you can no longer eat any more
Don’t order any more food. I have been full up already.
- to grab a bite to eat: to eat something quickly (when you’re in a rush)
I was in a hurry this morning so I grabbed a bite to eat and ran out for meeting.
- the main meal: the meal at which you eat the most food
Lunch is usually our main meal, except on Sundays.
- stoke up with something: to eat a lot of a particular food in order to avoid feeling hungry or weak later
As she had an important meeting all day long, she stoked up with a lot of chicken soup and bread for breakfast.
- to wine and dine: to entertain with food, eat sumptuously
They wined and dined in one of the most luxurious restaurants in Paris after marriage.
- shovel sth into your mouth (= shovel down): to put large quantities of food into your mouth very quickly
He was sitting in front of the TV shovelling a pizza into his mouth
- to be dying of hunger: an exaggerated way of saying you are hungry
Let’s find something to eat. I am dying of hunger because of studying extensively for four hours.
- to be starving hungry: an exaggerated way of saying you are very hungry
I’m starving hungry now. Let’s go grab something to eat.
- to eat a balanced diet: to eat the correct types and amounts of food
In order to lose weight, we should try to eat a balanced diet with less sugar intake.
- to eat like a horse: to eat a lot >< eat like a bird
Eating like a horse in a party may be considered to be extremely impolite.
- to have a sweet tooth: to enjoy sugary food
I’m really afraid of gaining weight quickly and contracting diabetes because I have a sweet tooth.
- home-cooked food: food cooked at home from individual ingredients Although home-cooked food is usually not as delicious as the one served in restaurants, it is much more beneficial to your health.
- to make your mouth water: to make you feel very hungry for something
McDonald’s serves all kinds of burgers, from cheese burgers to beef burgers. These things always make my mouth water every time I walk into the restaurant.
- to foot the bill: to pay the bill
My friend asked me out for dinner and he didn’t want me to foot the bill.
- to spoil your appetite: to eat something that will stop you feeling hungry when it’s meal-time.
- Carry-out: take-out, food that is cooked and sold by a restaurant or store to be eaten elsewhere.
- processed food: commercially prepared food bought for convenience
Processed food is very convenient for those who are busy all day long, but eating it frequently may be very harmful to our health.
- to bolt something down: to eat something very quickly
My son bolted down his lunch and went out with his friends.
- to follow a recipe: to cook a meal using instructions
I set up and run a famous blog which give readers hundreds of quick lessons in how to follow recipes to make any dish great.
- drive through (drive-thru): type of service provided by a business that allows customers to purchase products without leaving their cars
- a quick snack: to eat a small amount of food between meals
- eat in: to have a meal at home rather than in a restaurant
- Binge eating: eating a lot of food, especially without being able to control ourself
- a slap up meal: a large meal
- to tuck into: to eat something with pleasure
- go on a diet: trying to lose weight by eating less food or specific foods.
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