- Third-person singular simple present indicative form of eat
eats pl (plural only)
- (colloquial) Food.
- When are we going to get some eats?
- 1978, John Linssen, Tabitha fffoulkes, Arbor House, page 109,
- The shower made me feel better, but I was still hungry.
- "I'm going to grab some eats."
- "Dinner will be waiting for you at home."
- "I'M GOING TO GRAB SOME EATS."
- 2011, Chathuri Nugawela, Eastern Waves, Western Shores, Xlibris, page 81,
- At most of these parties, no one knew who the host was, and you just heard from a friend that there was one, you got some eats and off you went.
- 2017, Derek T. Morgan, More Cats Tails, Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co., page 579,
- Buggs sighed. He would have preferred to go get some eats too, but Ermin was right.