Definition of 'packed lunch'
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We went out with a packed lunch and came back at teatime. Times, Sunday Times (2017)She shows me pictures of a packed lunch she made him. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Making fruit and veg a normal part of diets in packed lunches helps lay down foundations for health. The Sun (2016)He expects me to sort out his son's school uniform and packed lunches too. The Sun (2016)I also try to bring in a packed lunch. Times, Sunday Times (2016)BACK to school needn't mean going back to boring packed lunches. The Sun (2016)What about a packed lunch for the office? Times, Sunday Times (2007)When we had a long drive my mum would always take packed lunches. The Sun (2013)Or were you eating a packed lunch? Times, Sunday Times (2008)Various county councillors claim to have tried the packed lunches and found them very good. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Long queues at dinner time have made my son want to take a packed lunch. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They told me the food had become horrible again and begged for packed lunches. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Also consider taking a packed lunch to work. Times, Sunday Times (2009)While away, stretch your budget by eating a packed lunch for one meal a day. The Sun (2016) Take a packed lunch instead and save Pounds in your purse and from your waist. The Sun (2009)If a class goes on a trip, they take a packed lunch made by the school. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Only 1% of packed lunches meet the nutritional standards that apply to school food. Times, Sunday Times (2013)As he made his packed lunch for work, he spotted the blue plaster in one of the tubs. The Sun (2015)We find shelter from the wind to eat a packed lunch on a hillside, huge limestone peaks looming above us. Times, Sunday Times (2015) School dinners or packed lunches? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Taking a packed lunch to work is a good idea if he is in the kind of job where skipping midday meals is par for the course. Times, Sunday Times (2011)My teacher says I have the healthiest packed lunch of the school. The Sun (2007)Visiting them costs up to NINE times as much as eating at home or taking a packed lunch to work. The Sun (2012)A packed lunch to work. Times, Sunday Times (2014)My lunch cost 16 but then I sometimes also bring a packed lunch to work. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The Nursery End pitch remains roped off except for the ubiquitous food court and a small plot for people to eat their packed lunches on. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'packed lunch'
British English: packed lunch /pækt lʌntʃ/ NOUN
A packed lunch is food, for example, sandwiches, which you take to work, to school, or on a trip and eat as your lunch.
- American English: box lunch
- Arabic: وَجْبَةُ الغِذَاءِ الـمُعَبَّأَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: merenda
- Chinese: 盒装午餐
- Croatian: ručak za ponijeti
- Czech: svačina balíček
- Danish: madpakke
- Dutch: lunchpakket
- European Spanish: comida de fiambrera
- Finnish: lounaseväät
- French: casse-croûte
- German: Lunchpaket
- Greek: φαγητό σε πακέτο
- Italian: pranzo al sacco
- Japanese: 弁当
- Korean: 도시락
- Norwegian: matpakke
- Polish: suchy prowiant
- European Portuguese: merenda
- Romanian: pachețel
- Russian: сухой паек
- Spanish: comida de lonchera
- Swedish: matsäck
- Thai: อาหารกลางวันเตรียมจากบ้านไปทานที่อื่น
- Turkish: paket yemek
- Ukrainian: сухий пайок
- Vietnamese: bữa trưa mang theo
Definition of packed lunch from the Collins English Dictionary
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