intransitive verb 1. (to eat lunch) Voy a almorzar con mi novio en el restaurante mexicano. I'm going to have lunch with my boyfriend at the Mexican restaurant. 2. (to eat a snack) (Spain) Tengo que almorzar para que no me dé una bajada de azúcar. I need to have a mid-morning snack to prevent low blood sugar. Estoy intentando adelgazar, así que no almorzaré hoy. I'm trying to lose weight, so I won't have elevenses today. transitive verb 3. (to eat for lunch) ¿Qué vamos a almorzar hoy? - Hice un estofado. What are we going to have for lunch today? - I made a stew. 4. (to eat as a snack) (Spain) Hoy almorcé un croissant. I had a croissant mid-morning today. ¿Por qué no almuerzas un bocadillo? Es más sano que esas patatas fritas que tomas todos los días. Why don't you have a sandwich for elevenses? It's healthier than those crisps you have every day.
transitive verb 2. (a media mañana) a. to have as a mid-morning snack los viernes almuerzan pescado on Fridays they have fish for lunch intransitive verb 4. (a media mañana) a. to have a mid-morning snack almorzar
(a mediodía) to have for lunch; lunch on (formal); (a media mañana) to have for breakfast; have for brunch;
(a mediodía) to have lunch; lunch (formal); (a media mañana) to have breakfast o brunch vengo almorzado I've had lunch
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