(n.) = lunch ; luncheon ; lunch hour ; midday meal. Ex: While lunches and exhibit booth encounters at ALA and state conferences help, neither replaces a good, structured focus group. Ex: This is a paper presented at the luncheon in honour of academic leaders held at the 5th National Conference of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) in Cincinnati, USA, on 6 Apr 89. Ex: Peak use of the libraries occurs during lunch hours. Ex: In Spain, the midday meal is the largest meal of the day, usually with multiple courses. ---- * almuerzo de trabajo = work luncheon. * almuerzo escolar = school lunch ; school dinner. * almuerzo preparado = packed lunch. * almuerzo tipo bufé = lunch buffet ; buffet lunch. * comer + Nombre + para el almuerzo = have + Nombre + for lunch. * desayuno-almuerzo = brunch. * hora del almuerzo = lunchtime ; lunch hour. (v.) = have (+ Posesivo) + lunch ; lunch. Ex: A few days ago, I had lunch with two divorced women who really made me re-evaluate how I feel about certain divorce situations. Ex: Daily lunching with colleagues may give you financial indigestion. ---- * almorzar + Nombre = have + Nombre + for lunch. * salir al almorzar con = go out to + lunch with.