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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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brunchbrunch /brʌntʃ/ ●●○ noun [countable, uncountable]  DFa meal eaten in the late morning, as a combination of breakfast and lunch
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brunchCause on our honeymoon all we had was like a brunch and a supper.He cobbled together a brunch of cold remains from the fridge, with lemon tea.In Louisiana, they are served at brunch with savoury dishes.Cost is $ 50 per person, and includes a buffet brunch and transportation.There will be champagne brunches to dinners, cigars and cognac.They served smoked salmon, cream cheese and bagels for brunch.I meet the biological females for brunch on Suriday at a gallery / restaurant in the East Village.Elwin Silverstein, account executive with the Triad Insurance Group, enjoys the annual holiday brunch his employer hosts.On the first day of the vacation we all slept late, then had a huge brunch.
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