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This sentence was marked as a translation for the German sentence [#2201818], but we’re lacking the “eating” part, aren’t we?
I have some trouble to imagine a context in which it would be used like that: maybe in a taxi, reaching a restaurant?
Sorry about that, but I sometimes have some troubles with short English sentences…
The direction of translation was from English into German.
You can tell this by the sentence numbers.
The most likely place you'd hear this sentence is at a fast-food restaurant.
The person at the counter is asking the customer whether he/she wants it put in a bag to take home, or are they planning on eating in the fast-food place.