[ luhnch-boks ]
/ ˈlʌntʃˌbɒks /
a small container, usually of metal or plastic and with a handle, for carrying one's lunch from home to school or work.
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- lunch counter,
- lunch hour,
- lunch meat,
- luncheon club,
- luncheon meat,
- luncheon voucher
Origin of lunchbox
Also called lunchpail, lunch·buck·et [luhnch-buhk-it] /ˈlʌntʃˌbʌk ɪt/.
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Examples from the Web for lunchbox
Sour pickles were added to these when he filled Cis's lunchbox, which closely resembled a camera.The Rich Little Poor Boy|Eleanor Gates
/ (ˈlʌntʃˌbɒks) /
a container for carrying a packed lunch
British and Australian jocular a man's genitals
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