Definição de 'lunch'

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So maybe a free lunch does exist. Times, Sunday Times (2017)We went out for lunch the first day we got here. The Sun (2016)Meeting for lunch cuts your day in half. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We eat lunch on our laps. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The fact is, lunch means different things to different people. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Enjoy a 15-minute nap or quiet time at lunch to reset. The Sun (2016)I don't gossip about people over lunch. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Superb clubhouse facilities for lunch and dinner provided quality, reasonably priced food that's ideal for filling the hole in one. The Sun (2016)We went to the cafeteria and enjoyed lunch and began to talk about our churches. Christianity Today (2000)Two thirds do not set a budget when they buy lunch. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And there were no queues at the sandwich bar at lunch today. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We opted for a hearty lunch at a restaurant overlooking the scene. The Sun (2014)We left in search of somewhere else for lunch. Times, Sunday Times (2011)This is a nutritious and economical pâté for family lunches or teas. Bennett, Carol Asthma and Eczema - special diet cookbook (1989) Sunday lunch wipes out a whole day for most people. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Long lunches are a thing of the past. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You may also have added expense for client lunches and entertainment. Hopkins, Tom The Guide to Greatness in Sales (1994)Why should anyone get a free lunch? Times, Sunday Times (2010)We have met a few times for lunch when he comes to my home town. The Sun (2015)The next day they meet for lunch to discuss the result. The Sun (2008)You know how we have lunch together most days? Times, Sunday Times (2016)She agrees to let him buy her lunch to make up for it. The Sun (2009)The business lunch has been declared a battle zone. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We decided to have lunch in the restaurant overlooking the pool. The Sun (2013)If you eat lunch somewhere small, just round up. The Sun (2014)This includes refreshments and lunch. The Sun (2011)Couldn't afford a pub lunch with mum as usual, so she cooked. The Sun (2012)

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Inglês Britânico: lunch /lʌntʃ/ NOUN
Lunch is a meal that you have in the middle of the day.
We all went out for lunch.
  • Inglês Americano: lunch
  • Árabe: غَدَاءٌ
  • Português Brasileiro: almoço
  • Chinês: 午餐
  • Croata: ručak
  • Tcheco: oběd
  • Dinamarquês: frokost
  • Holandês: lunch
  • Espanhol Europeu: comida almuerzo
  • Finlandês: lounas ateria
  • Francês: déjeuner
  • Alemão: Mittagessen
  • Grego: γεύμα
  • Italiano: pranzo
  • Japonês: 昼食
  • Coreano: 점심
  • Norueguês: lunsj
  • Polonês: lunch
  • Português Europeu: almoço
  • Romeno: prânz
  • Russo: обед
  • Espanhol: comida
  • Sueco: lunch
  • Tailandês: อาหารกลางวัน
  • Turco: öğle yemeği
  • Ucraniano: ланч
  • Vietnamita: bữa trưa
Inglês Britânico: lunch VERB
When you lunch, you have lunch, especially at a restaurant.
Only the extremely rich could afford to lunch at the restaurant.
  • Inglês Americano: lunch
  • Português Brasileiro: almoçar
  • Chinês: 进午餐尤指在餐馆
  • Espanhol Europeu: almorzar
  • Francês: déjeuner
  • Alemão: zu Mittag essen
  • Italiano: pranzare
  • Japonês: 昼食をとる
  • Coreano: 점심 식사하다
  • Português Europeu: almoçar
  • Espanhol: almorzar


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