The phrase does not literally mean that a person’s eyes are actually bigger than the person’s stomach. It basically means that a person has ordered more food than they are actually able to reasonably eat.
The phrase is common with children because they may often order more food than they can eat at a restaurant. Here is an example in conversation: “My daughter ordered a lot of food, but her eyes are bigger than her stomach.”
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