(one) is not going to eat (someone)

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(one) is not going to eat (someone)

Someone has no reason to be afraid of one; someone should not be shy about approaching or talking to one. Don't worry, child, I'm not going to eat you. I just wanted to give you a message to pass along to your father. This is your Uncle Jack, son. Well, go on and shake his hand, he's not going to eat you.
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They say it's delicious food, that comes pre-portioned so they have no waste and it stops them going to shop elsewhere so they're not filling the fridge up with things they're not going to eat. They translate that to great value for money."
"People are looking to get the benefits of fruit and vegetables in the morning that they're not going to eat during the day," Lawrence adds.