“Grab a bite”: idiom meaning
- Grab a bite
- Eat something, especially quickly eat something small like a sandwich or a quick dish in a bar.
Other examples of “grab a bite” idiom in a sentence
- Do you want to grab a bite before we start the meeting?
- Let’s stop and grab a bite. I’m hungry and tired.
- She was hungry so we stopped to grab a bite in a nearby bar.
“Grab a bite”: use in context explanation
Gina and her friend Tara are walking and chatting. Suddenly, they see a very attractive guy selling hamburgers in a bar. They aren’t really hungry and they usually don’t eat fatty food but they like the waiter so much that they’ve decided to make an exception and grab a bite at that bar.