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lunch 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/lənCH/,
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lunches, plural;
  1. Eat lunch
    • - he told his wife he was lunching with a client
  2. Take (someone) out for lunch
    • - public relations people lunch their clients there
Noun
  1. A meal eaten in the middle of the day, typically one that is lighter or less formal than an evening meal
    • - a vegetarian lunch
    • - do join us for lunch

  1. a midday meal
  2. take the midday meal; "At what time are you lunching?"
  3. Luncheon, commonly abbreviated to lunch, is a mid-day meal.
  4. Lunch is the fourth album by British art rock band Audience and was released in 1972. It was their last original release before the departure of Keith Gemmell and the band's breaking up for several years. It peaked at 175 on the Billboard 200 chart.
  5. This article lists characters who appear in the anime and manga fictional universe of Dragon Ball.
  6. The Lunch is a very early painting by Spanish artist Diego Velázquez, finished c. 1617. It is housed in the Hermitage Museum of St. Petersburg.
  7. A light meal usually eaten around midday, notably when not as main meal of the day; A break in play between the first and second sessions; Any small meal, especially one eaten at a social gathering; To eat lunch
  8. There is no other place but the Oakville Grocery Co. – they make the best sandwiches to enjoy either on their sun-drenched patio or take-away for your winery picnic lunch later in the day. It’s exactly the kind of specialty shop you wish for on your hometown street corner. ...
  9. Your lunch should be rich in non-starch vegetables and a serving of protein. If your family is not that keen on fish, this is a great opportunity to get a fish serving into your meal. ...
  10. priming for CivPro (Stella’s definition) Reading assignments a few hours before class will seem unthinkable until your second month in school.
  11. (meal eaten at midday) tagmanĝo, (light and quick lunch also) lunĉo
  12. To pot a lower wink from a pile. Often used to remove the available winks that an opponent has to play - "sending your opponent out to lunch".
  13. 1. n. the 40-minute break between the first and second sessions of play during a first-class cricket match.
  14. This is simply an English word, so I use its normal English spelling.
  15. a restaurateur's name for an ordinary man's dinner.
  16. Between the morning session and the afternoon sessions lunch is served to the players. The player's leave the field and the break lasts about 40 minutes.
  17. Last night's beef, carrots, mushrooms, stock blended up into an incredibly unappetizing looking tasty 'stew,' mixed in avocado.
  18. One of the many things that makes cricket the greatest of all games. You don’t see Roger Federer stopping at a key moment of a match for steak and kidney pud with all the trimmings and a bit of treacle tart, do you? And that’s his loss, frankly.
  19. Participants have lunch from the meal they cooked in the morning or ordered, with wine, bread and cheese and dessert.
  20. A large piece of cheese, meat, etc.
  21. à the meal you have at noon
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  23. Lunch will be provided at the Dallas class.  There will be a one hour lunch break for the Fort Worth class.