Noun. Any new piece of information gleaned from a lecture, interview, or other media presentation, etc. that can be of exponential value when acted upon or put to use.
Among the general fund of knowledge provided in this financial seminar, there were actually several takeaways that could give our company great marketing edge.
od uživatele GoldieLucks 06. Srpen 2009
take-out food from a restaurant.
let's order some chinese takeaway.
od uživatele UnlikeJason 04. Listopad 2007
What you can take from a situation or a presentation, in terms of understandings, insights etc
From the profit graph I can take away the fact that the RIF (reduction in force) was brilliant!
od uživatele Doron123 01. Červen 2005
Another way of saying take-out.
Guy: "Im kinda hungry, wanna get some take away?"

Girl: "Sure, How bout Chinese?"
od uživatele Nemooooooo 11. Listopad 2008
Used to refer to a person who is picked up at a party or other social gathering purely for sex.
John:Did you hear? Becky was a take away at last night's party.
Kevin:Oh please. She's a take away at every party.

Mike:So are you going to the concert tonight?
Peter:Hell yeah! I'm hoping to bag a take away too.
od uživatele crapulousity 02. Březen 2009
takeaways, also known as takeouts, fast food ect.
parent: what would you like for dinner tonight kids?
kid: can we get takeaways?
od uživatele blyth 23. Květen 2007
An item taken from a person's home, car, or any other personal space to be later used as an excuse to see said aforementioned person.
Girl 1 "Dude why are you wearing Kevin's hat?"

Girl 2 "I stole it because I want to see him again later. It's my take-away. Duh."
od uživatele Ender_187 09. Únor 2013

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