verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
BEAT THE BUNKUM WITH THIS BEAMISH QUIZ!
Idioms for lunch
Origin of lunch
OTHER WORDS FROM lunchluncher, nounlunchless, adjectivepre·lunch, adjective, noun
Example sentences from the Web for lunch
In Taos, they used to shut down the chairlift for lunch and nobody cared.
Some research suggests that processed foods, such as lunch meat, increases inflammation in the body and the brain.
That’s a huge jump over the previous model, which usually tapped out some time after lunch.Apple’s M1 chip makes the new MacBook Air shockingly good|Stan Horaczek|November 18, 2020|Popular Science
LeClair gave the example of a customer “on our app during a lunch break clicking on a bunch of pages.”Why empathy is about meeting the customer on their terms|Sponsored Content: Pegasystems Inc.|November 16, 2020|Search Engine Land
He always does really well in this and we had to take him to lunch once before.Politics Report: Gloria Goes Business With New Team|Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts|November 14, 2020|Voice of San Diego
I was lunching with an old friend at one of our favorite farm-to-table molecular gastronomy food trucks in Larchmont proper.
Diplomacy traditionally has been the art of lunching with the right people at the right time.
After lunching on a caprese salad sandwich, Lynch lit up an American Spirit cigarette and sat down to talk about his paintings.
I'm lunching with Desmond, and then we're going furnishing together.Married Life|May Edginton
Absolutely everybody seemed to be lunching at Kickshaw's yesterday!
"I happened to be lunching here," Tabs commenced conventionally.The Kingdom Round the Corner|Coningsby Dawson
They were all lunching gayly in the garden, around the table in the summer-house.The Secret of the Night|Gaston Leroux
It was the time of the Assizes, and the Sheriff was lunching at our hotel.Affinities and Other Stories|Mary Roberts Rinehard
British Dictionary definitions for lunch
Derived forms of lunchluncher, noun
Word Origin for lunch
Idioms and Phrases with lunch
see eat someone alive (someone's lunch); free lunch; lose one's lunch; out to (lunch).