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Coming Right Up

Meaning/Usage: Used frequently by restaurant servers to tell customers the food is almost ready

Explanation: This can be used in a sentence, but is commonly used by itself.

"Your order is coming right up."
"It's coming right up!"
"Your food is coming right up."

A.  "Did you order the cheeseburger with french fries?"
B.  "I sure did."
A.  "It's coming right up."

Other Common Sentences

"Your food will be right out."
"Your order is coming out quickly."

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