Definition of sack lunch in English:

sack lunch

Syllabification: sack lunch

noun

North American informal
A bag lunch.
More example sentences
  • He had brought to school a sack lunch: sandwich, fruit, cookies.
  • I bring a healthful sack lunch, so I can get to my yoga class on time.
  • He'll get his lunch, a sack lunch which will be served to him at breakfast so he can opt to take it to the yard or eat it when he returns back to his cell.

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