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lunch in Food topic

lunchlunch2 verb [intransitive] formal 🔊 🔊 DFto eat lunchlunch with 🔊 I will be lunching with a client.lunch on 🔊 I lunched on bread and olives.lunch at/in 🔊 We lunched at Maxim’s.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
lunch• You ask him to lunch at a posh restaurant.• We often lunched together after her weekly consultation.• He had lunched with the Wellands, hoping afterward to carry off May for a walk iii the Park.• Shelley promises to lunch with them once she has got her things from the car.lunch at/in• They ate lunch in a shady restaurant and then Leary went back to his flower-hung villa.• She returned from lunch at ten to two in a happier frame of mind.• Arrangements are under way for the hosting of a lunch at the 1992 Autumn meeting in Dublin.• The tour includes lunch at the Grand Hotel and guests take a carriage ride on Mackinac Island.• The following morning, those friends rang to offer us Christmas lunch at their place with her sister and brother-in-law.