lunchbox


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lunch·box

 (lŭnch′bŏks′)
n.
A reusable container, usually with a handle, designed for storing and carrying one's lunch.

lunchbox

(ˈlʌntʃˌbɒks)
n
1. a container for carrying a packed lunch
2. Brit and Austral a man's genitals
Translations
Brotzeitdose
panier repas
nestisbox
お弁当箱弁当箱

lunchbox

[ˈlʌntʃbɒks] N
1.fiambrera f, tartera f
2.paquete m
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Overall, 75% of British parents of children aged five to 13, who pack a school lunchbox, said that they have felt guilty that their child's lunchbox is not healthy enough.
"Lunchbox Salads: More than 100 Fast, Fresh, Filling Salads for Every Weekday" shares easy, affordable, substantial, and vibrant salad inspiration for every workday (and for dinner and weekends, too!).
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