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food court


  1. a space, as in a shopping mall, with a concentration of fast-food stalls and usually a common eating area.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of food court1

First recorded in 1980–85

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Example Sentences

There is a mask requirement throughout the terminal, except when you’re sitting in the food court eating, but even then we expect you to wear your mask as much as possible.

Take a break from shopping with 18 bands performing across three stages, or browse an outdoor food court featuring local restaurants.

A video clip from a security camera in the mall’s food court shows Billa and several other young men nearing each other, and an altercation breaking out as Billa knocks down a member of the other group.

So, it was very frustrating, especially since restaurant patios were shut down, and certain other areas like dining food courts in malls were not immediately.

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He and his partners now hope to open a food court that offers healthy options, which he sees as critical in an area with a lower-than-average life expectancy.

A food court in a suburban mall seemed like a good place to meet Ed the Sock.

All of this family drama comes to a head at a food court at JFK.

Beitar fans harassed and spat at two Arab women and their children eating in the food court.

I thought he was going to come into the food court, but he kept going straight, toward JCPenney.

While a Chick-Fil-A with a limited menu can be found in New York University's Weinstein Food Court.





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