- lunch hour or lunchˈtime noun1. The time of, or time allotted to, lunch2. An interval allowed for lunch• • •Main Entry: ↑lunch
* * *a lunch break that continues for about an hourThesaurus: time off from workhyponym
* * *noun, pl ⋯ hours [count]: the time when people stop working or studying to have lunch
She likes to go for a walk during her lunch hour.
* * *ˈlunch hour [lunch hour lunch hours] nounthe time around the middle of the day when you stop work or school to eat lunch
I usually go to the gym during my lunch hour.
Useful english dictionary. 2012.
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