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1. (midday meal)
a. el almuerzo (M)
What's for lunch, honey?¿Qué hay de almuerzo, cariño?
b. la comida (F) (Mexico) (Spain)
I have a business lunch today.Hoy tengo una comida de negocios.
intransitive verb
2. (to eat the midday meal)
a. almorzar
I'm going to lunch with my boss.Voy a almorzar con mi jefe.
b. comer (Mexico) (Spain)
I don't like lunching so late.No me gusta comer tan tarde.
1. comida (f) almuerzo (m)
  • to have lunch comer, almorzar
  • to be out to lunch (familiar) estar chiflado(a) or (be crazy) chalado(a) (español de España)
  • lunch hour hora (f) de comer
  • lunch pail tartera (f) , fiambrera (f) (Estados Unidos), vianda (f) (español de México, RP)
intransitive verb
2. comer, almorzar
lunch [lʌntʃ]
comida (f); almuerzo (m); lonche (m); (Méx)
to have lunch comer; almorzar
to be out to lunch (US) estar como una regadera or cabra (informal)
lunch break (n)
lunch hour See culture box in entry lunch.
lunch counter (n) (US) (café) cafetería donde se sirven comidas
On a chilly day, the local lunch counter downtown is busy
(counter) mostrador o barra donde se come
He glanced across the long lunch counter at Laurie
lunch hour (n) hora (f) de la comida or del almuerzo or del lonche; (Méx)


lunch [lunʃ]
lunchs (plural) [lunʃ] lunch; (refrigerio) midday snack; (en celebración, fiesta) midday reception; cold buffet;
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