lunchtime

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lunch·time

 (lŭnch′tīm′)
n.
The time during which lunch is usually eaten.

lunchtime

(ˈlʌntʃˌtaɪm)
n
the time when lunch is usually eaten(as modifier)

lunch•time

(ˈlʌntʃˌtaɪm)

n.
a period set aside for eating lunch or the period of an hour or so, beginning roughly at noon, during which lunch is commonly eaten.
[1855–60]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.lunchtime - the customary or habitual hour for eating lunchlunchtime - the customary or habitual hour for eating lunch; "he observed a regular lunchtime"
mealtime - the hour at which a meal is habitually or customarily eaten

lunchtime

noun dinnertime, noon, midday Could we meet at lunchtime?
Translations
وَقْتُ الْغَدَاءِوَقْت الغَداء
čas obědapoledne
frokosttid
lounasaika
vrijeme za ručak
ebédidõ
hádegisverîartími
ランチタイム
점심시간
čas obeda
lunchdags
เวลาอาหารกลางวัน
öğle yemeği vaktiyemek zamanı
giờ ăn trưa

lunchtime

[ˈlʌntʃtaɪm] Nhora f del almuerzo or (Mex) del lonche, hora f de comer or de la comida

lunchtime

[ˈlʌntʃtaɪm]
nheure f du déjeuner
at lunchtime → à l'heure du déjeuner
around lunchtime → vers l'heure du déjeuner
modif [meeting] → à l'heure du déjeuner

lunchtime

[ˈlʌntʃˌtaɪm] nora di pranzo

lunch

(lantʃ) also luncheon (ˈlantʃən) noun
a meal eaten in the middle of the day.
verb
to eat this meal. We lunched on the train.
ˈlunchtime noun
the time between 12.00 p.m. and 2.00 p.m., when people eat lunch.

lunchtime

وَقْتُ الْغَدَاءِ poledne frokosttid Mittagszeit ώρα γεύματος hora de comer lounasaika heure du déjeuner vrijeme za ručak ora di pranzo ランチタイム 점심시간 lunchtijd lunsjtid pora obiadowa horário de almoço обеденное время lunchdags เวลาอาหารกลางวัน yemek zamanı giờ ăn trưa 午餐时间
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