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öğle yemeği

Öğle yemeğini bahçede yiyoruz. - We are having lunch in the garden.

Daha önce öğle yemeği yedim. - I have already eaten lunch.

öğle yemek

Onlar öğle yemekleri için sabırsızlar. - They are impatient for their lunch.

Onlar genellikle yedi buçukta kahvaltı yaparlar ve on ikide öğle yemeklerini yerler. - They usually have breakfast at half past seven o'clock and eat their lunch at twelve.

{f} öğle yemeği ye

Biz erken bir öğle yemeği yedik. - We had an early lunch.

Öğle yemeği yeme zamanı. - It's time to eat lunch.

öğle yemeği yemek

Tom Mary ile öğle yemeği yemek için istekli olduğunu söyledi. - Tom said that he was eager to eat lunch with Mary.

Tom Mary'yi öğle yemeği yemek için dışarı davet etti. - Tom invited Mary out to lunch.

(fiil) öğle yemeği yemek
lunch counter büfe
çıkar/öğle yemeği ye
öğle yemeğinde yenen yiyecekler
lunch hour öğle tatili
{f} öğle yemeği yemek/yedirmek
(isim) öğle yemeği
öğle yemeği yemek veya yedirmek
lunch bag
Öğle yemeği çantası
lunch box
(Gıda) kumanya
lunch box
(Bilgisayar) yemek kutusu
lunch break
öğle arası
lunch benches
öğle yemeği için oturulan bank
lunch box
Beslenme çantası

Bu kimin beslenme çantası? - Whose lunch box is this?

O, Tom'un beslenme çantası mı? - Is that Tom's lunch box?

lunch meat
öğle et
lunch rush
Büyük kentlerde iş merkezlerinin bulunduğu yerlerde öğle yemeği molası sırasında yaşanan koşuşturmaca
lunch break
öğle tatili
lunch counter
lunch hour
öğle tatili
lunch rooms
lunch ticket
(Gıda) yemek fişi
have lunch
öğle yemeği ye

Tom öğle yemeği yemedi. - Tom didn't have lunch.

Açıkçası, Mary'nin benimle öğle yemeği yemesini istemeye güvenim yoktu. - Frankly, I didn't have the confidence to ask Mary to have lunch with me.

have lunch
(Fiili Deyim ) öğle yemeği yemek

Babam öğle yemeği yemek için okumayı bıraktı. - My father stopped reading to have lunch.

Birlikte öğle yemeği yemek ister misin? - Would you like to have lunch together?

counter lunch
(Argo) pub yemeği
go out for lunch
yemeğe çıkmak
out to lunch
(deyim) aklı başında olmayan
out to lunch
(deyim) üşütük
out to lunch
(Bilgisayar) yemeğe çıktım
out to lunch
(deyim) kafasız
out to lunch
(deyim) çıldırmış
out to lunch
öğle yemeğinde
out to lunch
(deyim) ahmak
out to lunch
(deyim) kalın kafalı
out to lunch
(deyim) kaçık
out to lunch
(deyim) çatlak
working lunch
(Ticaret) iş yemeği
business lunch
iş yemeği
öğle yemeği yiyen
Cut lunch
Evde hazırlanılıp, okula, işe vs. götürülen hafif öğle yemeği
There ain't no such thing as a free lunch
(Atasözü) Herşeyin bir bedeli vardır
a lunch
Bir öğle yemeği
eat lunch
yemek yemek
go to lunch
yemeğe gitmek
have some lunch
Öğle yemeği var
having lunch
is dinner/lunch ready
yemek hazır mi
litter-free lunch
çöpsüz bir öğle yemeği
öğle yemeği yeme
potluck lunch
gelenlerin kendi farklı yiyeceklerini getirdiği ogün
quick lunch
hızlı yemek
to have lunch
öğle yemeği yemek
basket lunch
be out to lunch
öğle yemeği yemeye çıkmış olmak
be out to lunch
argo kafası pek çalışmamak
be out to lunch
argo kafası izinli olmak
closed for lunch
öğle yemeği için kapalı
dairy lunch
early lunch
erken öğle yemeği
{f} öğle yemeği ye: prep.öğle yeme
skip lunch
öğle yemeğini yememek
who opened their lunch?
(Argo) kim osurdu?
working lunch
iş görüşmesi yapılan öğle yemeği
working lunch
(deyim) is yemegi
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A light meal usually eaten around midday, notably when not as main meal of the day
Any small meal, especially one eaten at a social gathering

After the funeral there was a lunch for those who didn't go to the cemetery.

A break in play between the first and second sessions
To eat lunch

I like to lunch in Italian restaurants.

Tom said that he expected Mary to eat lunch with us. - Tom said he expected Mary to eat lunch with us.

Don't you want to eat lunch? - Don't you want to eat lunch?

{n} a large piece of food to eat
Students returning late from lunch period can be considered to be truant For complete information refer to Open Campus Policy
{f} eat an afternoon meal; eat a light meal, have a snack; host guests for an afternoon meal
a midday meal
Lunch is the meal that you have in the middle of the day. Shall we meet somewhere for lunch? He did not enjoy business lunches If anyone wants me, I'm at lunch with a client
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. to eat lunch lunch with
Meal usually eaten at midday
take the midday meal; "At what time are you lunching?"
AM transmitter
provide a midday meal for; "She lunched us well"
provide a midday meal for; "She lunched us well
A luncheon; specifically, a light repast between breakfast and dinner
{i} afternoon meal; light meal, snack
To take luncheon
n makan siang (makan)
a midday meal take the midday meal; "At what time are you lunching?"
a midday meal take the midday meal; "At what time are you lunching?" provide a midday meal for; "She lunched us well
lunch kettle
A lunchbox. Primarily used in eastern Pennsylvania, USA
lunch lady
A dinner lady
lunch meat
Any processed, prepackaged molded animal parts served sliced for consumption in sandwiches or salads
lunch pail
A lunchbox (container)
The time or hour at which lunch is normally eaten

It's almost lunchtime, so I think I'll finish up later this afternoon.

lunch box
A lunch box is a small container with a lid. You put food such as sandwiches in it to eat for lunch at work or at school
lunch box
box for sandwiches or lunch to be carried to work or school; (Slang) abdomen, belly
lunch break
Your lunch break is the period in the middle of the day when you stop work in order to have a meal. the time in the middle of the day when people at work or at school stop working to eat lunch
lunch break
time of day when one stops working in order to eat lunch
lunch counter
A lunch counter is an informal café or a counter in a shop where people can buy and eat meals. a place that serves simple meals for lunch, or a small restaurant that is only open at lunchtime
lunch hour
Your lunch hour is the period in the middle of the day when you stop working, usually for one hour, in order to have a meal. the period of time in the middle of the day when people stop working in order to eat
lunch meat
any of various sausages or molded loaf meats sliced and served cold
business lunch
Lunch where business is discussed, which can be written off as a business expense
free lunch
Something obtained without any payment, obligation or effort
hot lunch
a sexual act in which a pouch of clingfilm or similar material filled with faeces is placed in one of the participants' mouth and subsequently penetrated by the second participant
liquid lunch
The consumption of alcohol with no (or little) food at lunchtime
lose one's lunch
Vomit, throw up
Someone who lunches, someone who eats lunch
out to lunch
Away eating lunch or for a midday break; especially, away from work or a job

She's out to lunch right now, but you may leave her a note.

out to lunch
clueless, inattentive or careless

After he drove with his turn signal on for five miles, I was pretty sure he was out to lunch.

packed lunch
A picnic meal, sandwiches or anything packed and intended to be eaten away from home
ploughman's lunch
A light meal of cheese, pickled onions (or pickle), and a bread roll; especially one served in a pub at lunchtime. Originally devised by a marketing executive of the Dairy Council in a 1960-61 advertising campaign to sell English cheese and beer
plowman's lunch
Alternative spelling of ploughman's lunch
power lunch
A working lunch at which important discussions may be held, and important decisions made
there's no such thing as a free lunch
Nothing is free; everything has a price
three-martini lunch
A leisurely, expensive, midday meal associated with drinking, which is tax-deductible because business is discussed
cut lunch
{i} (Australia) box lunch, packed lunch, light afternoon meal packed to be eaten in a different location
Cut lunch
Ready-to-eat cold meal prepared in advance and packaged for taking to work/school, going on a trip, etc., box lunch [N. Amer], packed lunch [Brit]
There's no such thing as a free lunch
(Atasözü) Said to emphasize that you cannot get something for nothing

"I get to travel with my job but the downside is I have to give talks." "Well, there's no such thing as a free lunch.".

Naked Lunch
1959 novel by William Burroughs; 1991 film directed by David Cronenberg
bag lunch
light afternoon meal packed to be eaten in a different location
box lunch
A box lunch is food, for example sandwiches, which you take to work, to school, or on a trip and eat as your lunch. An individually portioned lunch packed in a small box. a lunch (=a meal eaten in the middle of the day) that you take to school or work with you in a lunchbox British Equivalent: packed lunch
box lunch
{i} packed lunch, light lunch packed in a box to be eaten in a different location; obento, Japanese meal packed in a lacquer box which is divided into sections
business lunch
lunch (usually at a restaurant) where business is discussed and the cost is charged as a business expense
business lunch
working lunch, lunch where a business meeting is held
dairy lunch
restaurant that only serves dairy meals
free lunch
Something acquired without due effort or without cost
free lunch
something acquired without effort or payment or obligation; "there is no free lunch in politics or Hollywood
past of lunch
someone who is eating lunch
plural of lunch
third-person singular of lunch
present participle of lunch
the act of eating lunch
out to lunch
{s} (Slang) crazy, "nuts
out to lunch
currently unavailable while eating lunch; not readily available;; behaving strangely, acting oddly
packed lunch
(British) light afternoon meal packed to be eaten in a different location
packed lunch
A packed lunch is food, for example sandwiches, which you take to work, to school, or on a trip and eat as your lunch. food such as sandwiches and fruit that you take with you to work, school etc for lunch
ploughman's lunch
A ploughman's lunch or a ploughman's is a meal consisting of bread, cheese, salad, and pickle, usually eaten in a pub. a simple meal that people eat especially in pubs, consisting of bread, cheese, salad and pickle
ploughman's lunch
a meal consisting of a sandwich of bread and cheese and a salad
sack lunch
light afternoon meal packed to be eaten in a different location
school lunch
School lunches are midday meals provided for children at a school. = school dinner
spot of lunch
light meal, small meal
there ain't no such thing as a free lunch
nothing worthwhile is for free, quality doesn't come cheap

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    /ˈlənʧ/ /ˈlʌnʧ/


    [ l&nch ] (noun.) 1812. Recorded since 1580; presumably short for luncheon, apparently an alteration from nuncheon, nonechenche "light mid-day meal", itself from none "noon" (from Latin nonus) + schench "drink" (from Old English scenc, from scencan "pour out") and altered by northern English dialect lunch "hunk of bread or cheese" (1590), which probably is from Spanish lonja "a slice" (literally "loin")


    lunches, lunching, lunched

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    lunch box, lunch time, lunch break


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