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The meaning of "a bite to eat"

" A bite to eat "
A small meal, possibly taken quickly when time is short.
We won’t have time for a meal after the concert finishes so let’s get a bite to eat now before we go in.
Where did it originate?:
The United Kingdom.
Where is it used?:
Mostly the UK, but elsewhere too.
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