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Eat And Run ( eat ones food and then leave right away, which can be considered rude ... )

"Eat And Run"

To eat and run is to eat a meal and then get up and leave immediately.

Example: "Hey, I'm sorry to have to eat and run, but I have a meeting in 10 minutes."

Example: "I can have a quick lunch with you, but I will have to eat and run."

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