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1‘this makes a snack for two or a substantial meal for one’
light meal, something to eat, sandwich, supper, treat, refreshments, nibbles, canapés
informal bite, bite to eat, a little something
British informal elevenses
Australian informal nibblies
1‘don't snack on sugary foods and drinks during the day’
eat between meals, nibble, munch
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