Eating Out


complete /kəmˈpliːt/
(adjective) including all the parts, etc. that are necessary; whole
Example: We ordered some dessert to complete our meal

excite /ɪkˈsaɪt/
(verb) to make somebody feel very pleased, interested or enthusiastic, especially about something that is going to happen
Example: Exotic flavor always excite me

flavor /ˈfleɪvər/
(noun) how food or drink tastes
Example: The cook changed the flavor of the soup with a unique blend of herbs

forget /fərˈɡet/
(verb) to not remember to do something that you ought to do, or to bring or buy something that you ought to bring or buy
Example: The waiter forgot to bring the rolls, annoying the customer

ingredient /ɪnˈɡriːdiənt/
(noun) one of the things from which something is made, especially one of the foods that are used together to make a particular dish
Example: I was unfamiliar with some of the ingredients in the dish

judge /dʒʌdʒ/
(noun) a person in a court who has the authority to decide how criminals should be punished or to make legal decisions
Example: The restaurant review harshly judged the quality of the service

mix-up /'miks'ʌp/
(phrasal verb) to change the order or arrangement of a group of things, especially by mistake or in a way that you do not want
Example: There was a mix-up about the ingredients and the dish was ruined

patron /ˈpeɪtrən/
(noun) a person who gives money and support to artists and writers
Example: This restaurant has many loyal patrons

predict /prɪˈdɪkt/
(verb) to say that something will happen in the future
Example: I predicted this restaurant would become popuplar and I was right

randomly /ˈrændəmli/
(adverb) without somebody deciding in advance what is going to happen and without any regular pattern
Example: We randomly made our selections from the menu

remind /rɪˈmaɪnd/
(verb) to help somebody remember something, especially something important that they must do
Example: I remind the client that we are meeting for dinner tomorrow