(social welfare) (in Britain) an arrangement or organization for serving hot midday meals for a small charge to old people in clubs or daycentres
a society or group of people who meet regularly for an organized lunch: a ladies’ luncheon club
[luhn-chuh n] /ˈlʌn tʃən/ noun 1. lunch, especially a formal lunch held in connection with a meeting or other special occasion: the alumni luncheon. /ˈlʌntʃən/ noun 1. a lunch, esp a formal one n. “light repast between mealtimes,” 1650s (lunching; spelling luncheon by 1706); earlier “thick piece, hunk,” 1570s (luncheon), of uncertain origin. Perhaps northern […]
[luhn-chuh-net] /ˌlʌn tʃəˈnɛt/ noun 1. a small restaurant or lunchroom where light meals are served. /ˌlʌntʃəˈnɛt/ noun 1. (US & Canadian) a café or small informal restaurant where light meals and snacks are served n. type of restaurant, 1906, American English, from luncheon + diminutive ending -ette.
noun 1. any of various sausages or molded loaf meats, usually sliced and served cold, as in sandwiches or as garnishes for salads. noun 1. a ground mixture of meat (often pork) and cereal, usually tinned
- Luncheon voucher
noun 1. a voucher worth a specified amount issued to employees and redeemable at a restaurant for food LV US equivalent meal ticket