lunch lunch  /ˈləntʃ/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a midday meal
  2. (v) take the midday meal
  3. (v) provide a midday meal for

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Usage(s):

  1. The lunch lines weren't moving fast enough for Linda Stoll, head of food programs at the Boulder Valley, Colo.
  2. How Margaret Thatcher, Gordon Gekko and the burdens of work killed the era of the liquid lunch.
  3. Ever the multitaskers, more and more Hong Kong office workers are using their lunch hours to let the good times roll.

News

  1. Lunch Box Deli to close

    The Lunch Box Deli's last day of business will be June 28, after 21 months of business. The 115 W. Central Ave. diner is owned by Chris Fiely.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: The Titusville Herald

  2. Lunch Prices to Increase in Fall at Schools

    Student lunch prices will increase by a dime in both the St. Clair R-XIII and Lonedell R-XIV school districts when regular classes resume in August after Superintendents Mike Murphy and Fred VanBibber recommended the price hikes.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: The Missourian

  3. Lunch Menus: Week of June 17

    The LOEL Center lunch menu is for congregate lunch at the LOEL Center only. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance. For more information, call 209-369-1591.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Lodi News-Sentinel

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Quotes

  1. Obama said Sunday that he had a personal stake in the problem with peanut products, especially peanut butter, because "that's what Sasha eats for lunch probably three times a week."
    on Feb 3, 2009 By: Barack Obama Source: NBC Los Angeles

  2. "Today marks the largest beef recall in US history, and it involves the national school lunch program and other federal food and nutrition programs," said US Sen. Tom Harkin, chairman of the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Agriculture,...
    on Feb 17, 2008 By: Tom Harkin Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. "The days of a free lunch are over," said Sen. Chuck Schumer, DN.Y.
    on Nov 15, 2007 By: Charles Schumer Source: Forbes

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