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lunch hour

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food
lunch hourˈlunch hour noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š DFthe period of time in the middle of the day when people stop working in order to eat πŸ”Š I did the shopping during my lunch hour.
Examples from the Corpus
lunch hourβ€’ Walk for fifteen minutes each lunch hour.β€’ During her lunch hour she shopped, deliberately avoiding the part of town in which Giles's office was situated.β€’ He had roamed Queenstown during his lunch hour at the beginning of the week before he could find a roaster for sale.β€’ Friday: the long lunch hour at the York.β€’ Nearly everyone, however, even on casual Friday, is drinking soda or tea during the lunch hour.β€’ I went to over the lunch hour.
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