a midday meal; formerly, a snack at any time of day (US); a light repast between breakfast and midday meal (archaic); a thick slice, a lump (dialect).
to eat lunch.
to provide lunch for. [Short form of luncheon, from ME none(s)chench noon drink]
(esp a formal) lunch.
(archaic) to lunch (also vt).
(orig US) a restaurant serving snacks and light meals.
a box or container in which one carries, esp to work, sandwiches, etc for lunch; a man's genitalia (sl).
a counter where luncheons are served.
a basket for carrying lunch, with or without cutlery, etc.
a type of pre-cooked meat containing preservatives, usu served cold.
a ticket or voucher given by employer to employee to be used to pay for the latter's lunch.
the time of, or time allotted to, lunch; an interval allowed for lunch.
Established in 1946, the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) is a federal program that enables schools to provide low-cost or free nutritious...
Anywhere from about one-half to three hours. Publishers, for example, are notorious for indulging in long lunches. Other workers are not as...
They are now considered a fundamental part of the school day, but school lunch and other meal programs have been offered on a national scale only...