Meaning of take-with in English:

take-with

adjective

US
  • 1 informal Designating a transaction in which the customer takes a purchase away at the point of sale, as opposed to having it delivered to his or her home at a later date; of or relating to such a transaction.

  • 2 informal, rare Designating a packed lunch.

Pronunciation

take-with

/ˈteɪkwɪð/ /ˈteɪkwɪθ/

Origin

1930s. From take + with.