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ploughman's lunch in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishploughman's lunchˌploughman’s ˈlunch noun [countable]  British EnglishDF a simple meal that people eat especially in pubs, consisting of bread, cheese, salad, and pickle
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ploughman's lunchThese will be followed by a ploughman's lunch - for which a small charge of £1.25 will be made.Then followed a ploughman's lunch.He says a ploughman's lunch.Tickets will cost £5 or £6.50 with a ploughman's lunch.No ploughman's lunch is quite complete without that deep dark taste.