a guideline for controlling the aspects of what one eats, esp. for diabetes and other diseases affected by food intake
[meel] /mil/ noun 1. the food served and eaten especially at one of the customary, regular occasions for taking food during the day, as breakfast, lunch, or supper. 2. one of these regular occasions or times for eating food. [meel] /mil/ noun 1. a coarse, unsifted powder ground from the edible seeds of any grain: […]
noun, (sometimes initial capital letter) 1. a program, usually one supported or subsidized by a charitable, social, or government agency, for delivering hot meals regularly to elderly, disabled, or convalescing persons who are housebound and cannot cook for themselves. noun 1. (functioning as sing) (social welfare, Brit) a service, usually subsidized, and run by a […]
noun 1. a ticket that entitles the bearer to meals in a specified restaurant, especially when meals purchased in this manner are offered at reduced rates. 2. Informal. someone upon whom one is dependent for one’s income or livelihood: selfish children who look upon their father only as a meal ticket. 3. Informal. something, as […]
[meel-tahym] /ˈmilˌtaɪm/ noun 1. the usual time for a meal. n. also meal-time, late 12c., from meal (n.1) + time (n.). Etymologically, a tautology.