Definition of luncheon voucher in English:

luncheon voucher

Line breaks: lunch|eon vou|cher

noun

British
A document issued to employees by their employer as part of their pay and exchangeable for food at restaurants and shops.
More example sentences
  • In the meantime, watching him struggle with a tiny budget that could not keep Star Wars extras in luncheon vouchers has prompted her to consider adding directing to her own repertoire.
  • No, you can't pay in luncheon vouchers.
  • Forget luncheon vouchers, one outfit has set a new benchmark in worker welfare by handing its workers free subscriptions to Net porn sites.

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