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English-German translation for: lunch
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NOUN   a lunch | lunches
VERB  to lunch | lunched | lunched ... 
SYNO   dejeuner | lunch | luncheon | tiffin
NOUN   der Lunch | die Lunches
SYNO   Lunch | Mittagessen
gastr. to lunchzu Mittag essen
gastr. to lunchzu Mittag speisen [geh.]
gastr. to lunch sb.jdn. zum Lunch / Mittagessen einladen
gastr. lunch
Mittagessen {n}
gastr. luncheon [formal]
Lunch {m}
gastr. lunch [before noon, second breakfast]
Gabelfrühstück {n} [veraltend]
gastr. lunch
Mittagsmahlzeit {f}
gastr. lunch
Mittagsmahl {n} [geh.]
gastr. lunchMittagbrot {n} [regional]
gastr. lunchMittagstisch {m} [veraltend] [Mittagsmahlzeit, meist für mehrere Personen]
gastr. lunchZmittag {m} {n} [schweiz.]
2 Words: Others
post-lunch {adj} [attr.]nach dem Mittagessen [nachgestellt]
2 Words: Verbs
gastr. to do lunch [coll.]zusammen (zu) Mittag essen
gastr. to eat lunchlunchen [den Lunch einnehmen]
gastr. to eat lunchzu Mittag essen
to eat. sb.'s lunch [Am.] [coll.] [idiom] [make short work of sb.]jdn. fertigmachen [ugs.] [jdn. besiegen]
gastr. to have lunchmittagessen [österr.] [(zu) Mittag essen]
gastr. to have lunchzu Mittag essen
to have lunchdas / ein Mittagsmahl einnehmen [geh.]
to lunch outauswärts (zu) Mittag essen
to lunch outim Restaurant (zu) Mittag essen
2 Words: Nouns
box lunchMittagessen {n} aus der Proviantbüchse
business lunchGeschäftsessen {n}
complimentary lunchEssen {n} zu Ehren einer Person
counter lunch [Aus.]Imbiss {m}
decent lunchordentliches Mittagessen {n}
gastr. joint lunchgemeinsames Mittagessen {n}
lunch boxBrotbüchse {f} [für Pausenbrot]
lunch boxBrotzeitbox {f}
lunch boxButterbrotdose {f}
lunch boxLunchbox {f}
lunch boxPausenbrotdose {f}
lunch boxProviantdose {f}
lunch boxStullendose {f} [bes. berlin.]
lunch boxLunch-Box {f}
lunch box [Am.]Brotdose {f}
lunch breakMittag {m} [ugs.] [Mittagspause]
lunch breakMittagspause {f}
gastr. lunch bucket [dated]Henkelmann {m} [ugs.] [rund, eimerartig]
gastr. lunch buffetMittagsbuffet {n}
gastr. lunch buffetLunch-Buffet {n}
lunch counterImbisstheke {f}
lunch counterSnackbar {f}
gastr. lunch customerMittagskunde {m}
lunch hourMittagspause {f}
lunch hourMittagszeit {f}
gastr. lunch menuMittagsangebot {n}
gastr. lunch menuMittagsmenü {n}
gastr. lunch pailHenkelmann {m} [ugs.]
lunch pail [Am.]Brotdose {f}
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A 2023-07-15: probably: lunch = a grossly extended business lunch with plenty of wine e...
A 2023-07-15: Literally, having lunch outside the work place; figuratively, see below
Q 2023-07-14: management is literally and figuratively out to lunch
Q 2020-08-22: Lunch lady
Q 2020-04-04: lunchtime vs. lunch-time
A 2020-01-10: lunch box?
A 2017-02-26: Google must be "out to lunch" on this one.
A 2016-11-18: Oh, I thought she was out to lunch
Q 2016-11-18: You're just in time for lunch.
Q 2015-08-14: Power Lunch Restaurants
A 2015-07-22: No, it doesn't mean lunch is optional, but obviously no one can force you ...
Q 2015-07-22: lunch option
A 2015-05-03: during lunch
A 2015-02-11: We had a quick lunch/dinner in the cafeteria today.
A 2015-02-11: Mittagessen = Lunch
A 2013-08-04: He invited us to a fancy restaurant for lunch...
A 2013-03-11: "Catered school lunches" means "lunch food brought into a school by a priv...
A 2012-05-02: What about "to lunch sb."?
A 2012-05-02: To lunch
A 2012-05-01: to lunch (not "to dine")

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