When food remains over from one meal and you heat it again for another meal, you might say, “He got out Sunday’s roast and ________ (it).”
This question was slightly altered from the 1965–70 question.
|WARMED IT UP||14|
|REHEATED IT FOR DINNER||1|
|WARMED IT OVER||1|
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