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People usually call their main meal of the day dinner. Some people have this meal in the middle of the day, and others have it in the evening.
People who call their evening meal dinner usually refer to a meal eaten in the middle of the day as lunch.
You don't usually use 'a' with dinner or lunch. Don't say, for example, I haven't had a dinner yet'.
Past participle: lunched
|Noun||1.||lunch - a midday meal |
business lunch - lunch (usually at a restaurant) where business is discussed and the cost is charged as a business expense
|Verb||1.||lunch - take the midday meal; "At what time are you lunching?"|
eat - eat a meal; take a meal; "We did not eat until 10 P.M. because there were so many phone calls"; "I didn't eat yet, so I gladly accept your invitation"
|2.||lunch - provide a midday meal for; "She lunched us well"|
to have lunch → comer, almorzar
to be out to lunch (US) → estar como una regadera or cabra
to have lunch → déjeuner
We have lunch at 12.30 → Nous déjeunons à midi et demie.
to go out for lunch → sortir déjeuner
to invite sb to lunch → inviter qn à déjeuner
to invite sb for lunch → inviter qn à déjeuner
to come to lunch → venir déjeuner
to have lunch with sb → déjeuner avec qn
to have sth for lunch → manger qch à midi
What did you have for lunch? → Qu'est-ce que tu as mangé à midi?
there's no such thing as a free lunch → tout se paie
lunch[lʌntʃ] n → pranzo, (seconda) colazione f
to invite sb to or for lunch → invitare qn a pranzo
to have lunch → pranzare
lunch(lantʃ) also luncheon (ˈlantʃən) noun
lunch→ غَدَاءٌ oběd frokost Mittagessen γεύμα comida lounas déjeuner ručak pranzo 昼食 점심 lunch lunsj lunch almoço обед lunch อาหารกลางวัน öğle yemeği bữa trưa 午餐
- The lunch was excellent
- I'm free for lunch
- Where do we stop for lunch?
- When will lunch be ready?
- Can we meet for lunch?