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lunch break

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food
lunch breakˈlunch break noun [countable]  DFthe time in the middle of the day when people at work or at school stop working to eat lunch
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lunch breakDuring a lunch break I sat with him in a village pub where he put away a few pints.Then we had a lunch break during which time the Head went round and awarded marks for the cleanest class.More volunteers would also allow the workers simple pleasures like a lunch break without feeling guilty.Superior Court Judge Hiroshi Fujisaki abruptly called for an early lunch break.I timed it so I caught Stu on his lunch break.After all, the 27-year-old farm worker fully intended to return to work when his 30-minute lunch break was over.Zaza and Fiona were discussing their plans to visit Top Shop in their lunch break.
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