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lunchbox
American English: /ˈlən(t)ʃbɑks/
British English: /ˈlʌn(t)ʃbɒks/

Translation of lunchbox in Spanish:

noun

  • 1 (for food)
    Example sentences
    • I've been packing his lunch box with all the best foods I can find for him to eat, yet most days he returns home without having eaten more then a small amount.
    • In the immediate aftermath of the changes, one parent sent her child to school with a lunch box containing three Mars bars, two packets of crisps and a fizzy drink.
    • I never suggested that the government should be packing your kid's lunch box or running the local supermarket.
  • 2
    (Computing)
    computadora (feminine) or (Spain) ordenador (masculine) de sobremesa

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