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Translation of "lunch" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

lunch

noun [C or U]     /lʌntʃ/
a meal that is eaten in the middle of the day 午餐,午飯 What's for lunch? 午飯吃甚麼? UK We had a pub lunch. 我們在酒吧吃的午飯。 I'm sorry, Joanna isn't here at the moment, she's (gone) out to/gone to lunch. 對不起,喬安娜現在不在,她吃午飯去了。 We must do lunch sometime (= have lunch together). 我們找天一定要一起吃個午飯。 Meals and parts of meals
Translations of “lunch”
in Arabic غَذاء…
in Korean 점심…
in Malaysian makan tengah hari…
in French dîner…
in Turkish öğle yemeği…
in Italian pasto del mezzogiorno, pranzo…
in Russian обед…
in Polish lunch…
in Vietnamese bữa trưa…
in Spanish almuerzo, comida…
in Portuguese almoço…
in Thai อาหารกลางวัน…
in German das Mittagessen…
in Catalan dinar…
in Japanese 昼ごはん, 昼食…
in Indonesian makan siang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 午餐,午饭…
(Definition of lunch noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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