Lunch

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Definition

(over) lunch: (at, while eating) a midday meal
noun
Lunch is rarely preceded by an article:

Let's have lunch, it's 1 PM and I'm hungry.
I'm going to lunch now.
Lunch is at 1 PM.

(Let's) get lunch: (Let's) go for a midday meal, eat at noon
idiom

Examples

  • "I ate my lunch with Susie Bliss today!"
  • "Anyway, let's go get lunch."
  • "Oh yeah, I had tomato ketchup for my lunch."
  • "I am writing to complain about your "Vegetable Soup", which I purchased today, and planned to eat for lunch."
  • "You were the lunch on a big fish's plate!"
  • "Voice : Who dares disturb the Illuminati during our lunch break?"
  • "Hannah : Icarus, are you coming to lunch?"
  • "Philip : Well Edward, this lunch has certainly been an experience."
  • "Bruno wants bacon and eggs for lunch today!"

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