1.N-VAR午餐;午饭Lunch is the meal that you have in the middle of the day.→see usage note at:meal
Shall we meet somewhere for lunch?...
He did not enjoy business lunches...
If anyone wants me, I'm at lunch with a client.
2.VERB(尤指在餐馆)用午餐，吃午饭When you lunch, you have lunch, especially at a restaurant.
Only the extremely rich could afford to lunch at the Mirabelle...
Having not yet lunched, we went to the refreshment bar for ham sandwiches.
3.PHRASE天下没有免费的午餐If you say there's no such thing as a free lunch, you are saying that most things that are worth having need to be paid for or worked for, and that you cannot expect to get things for nothing.
The book includes 25 Lessons for Life: Lesson 1: There is no free lunch. Don't feel entitled to anything you don't sweat and struggle for...
But, even in Hollywood, there is no such thing as a free lunch.
How long is your average lunch break?
We planned to leave immediately after lunch.
It's after lunch, so everybody is full.
Lunch is not for wimps, it is a genuine business opportunity.
I have a chance to sit at a lunch table with steve mills, the head of the software group.
They went off to lunch.
Do you have lunch at work?
And don't lose your lunch.
Did you order your lunch already?
Do you eat lunch at your desk?
Where do they eat lunch?
When do you have lunch?
Some friends over lunch suggested this word.
If you're free, how about lunch?
Had lunch with another colleague.
Why didn't you finish your lunch?
Take a field trip for lunch.
Find a new restaurant to eat lunch.
If someone writes an internal company newsletter, ask that person to lunch.
Areader was recently invited to lunch in the private dining rooms at ubs in london.