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lunch US English

A meal eaten in the middle of the day, typically one that is lighter or less formal than an evening meal

lunch US Thesaurus

my usual lunch includes soup and a sandwich

bag lunch US English

A cold lunch prepared at home and carried in a bag to work, to school, or on an excursion

box lunch US English

An individual lunch carried in a box rather than a bag

cut lunch US English

A packed lunch

do lunch US English

Meet for lunch

lunch hour US English

A period in the middle of the day, when people stop work to have lunch

lunch lady US English

A woman who serves meals to children in a school

lunch pail US English

A lunchbox

play lunch US English

A snack eaten by schoolchildren during their mid-morning break

power lunch US English

A working lunch, especially one at which powerful politicians, executives, etc., hold important discussions

sack lunch US English

A bag lunch

liquid lunch US English

A drinking session at lunchtime sometimes taking the place of a meal

little lunch US English

A mid-morning break at school, during which children have light refreshments

packed lunch US English

A bag lunch

Sunday lunch US English

A large meal served in the middle of the day on Sunday, traditionally featuring roast meat

working lunch US English

A lunch (or dinner, etc.) at which those present discuss business

out to lunch US English

Unaware of or inattentive to present conditions

ploughman's lunch US English

A meal of bread and cheese, typically with pickled vegetables and salad

ladies who lunch US English

Women with both the means and the free time to meet each other socially for lunch in expensive restaurants

there's no such thing as a free lunch US English

It isn’t possible to get something for nothing

lunchbox US English

A container in which to carry a packed meal

out to lunch in lunch US English

Unaware of or inattentive to present conditions

lunchmeat US English

Meat sold in slices for sandwiches; cold cuts

lunch-pail in lunch pail US English

Working-class; blue-collar

lunchtime US English

The time in the middle of day when lunch is eaten

do lunch in lunch US English

Meet for lunch

ladies who lunch in lady US English

Women with both the means and the free time to meet each other socially for lunch in expensive restaurants

brown bag US English

Take a packed lunch to work or school

working lunch or dinner, etc. in working US English

A lunch (or dinner, etc.) at which those present discuss business

out to lunch in lunch US Thesaurus

some of these therapists are more out to lunch than their patients

there's no such thing as a free lunch in lunch US English

It isn’t possible to get something for nothing