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do lunch

To have lunch together, typically at a restaurant. If you're free tomorrow afternoon, let's do lunch—there's a great new place right by my office.
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do lunch

meet for lunch. informal, chiefly North American
See also: lunch
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Cut down on plastic It might be buying your fruit and veg loose and taking it home in paper bags to skip the plastic; doing lunch boxes for work; batch-cooking dinners so you can plot your food shopping more carefully (meaning less packaging and food waste).
Linda is highly visible around the school, leading by example to engage commitment by teaching, covering lessons and doing lunch duties.
Sometimes I go for a half hour jog locally, then if I'm doing lunch when I get back I'll have a beer, because I've earned it, then have a lovely red wine with lunch.
[about] their experiences could be really helpful, whether it's doing lunch and learns, formal education, grand rounds, or even more informal talks at the hospital."
We would do routine things, like doing lunch or going to the mall.
It will also make a noise at takeoff that would silence a St Tropez cafe full of ladies doing lunch.
Cormier also enthused over his ability to convince Scavone, who teamed up with Gustafson on that winning play, to come out for the team in the first place while the coach was doing lunch duty in the cafeteria.
A LATE call has gone out for ladies who want to help a Teesside children's charity by doing lunch.
"It's a restaurant concept that will be doing lunch, afternoon, pre-dinner drinks, dinner and events; a concept that is quite unique to Beirut and further enriches its culinary offerings," says Ryan Hattingh, Gaucho's International Operations Director.
DOING lunch is enriching the lives of people with dementia and other mental health conditions.
Ian said: "Competing with Danny is really good fun and I've been doing lunch time swims, swims after work and walks at lunch time to try to stay ahead of him.
In the meantime, Bigham is filling his schedule with the time-honored Hollywood tradition of doing lunch.
The tearoom is supplemented by a modern dining room which was partly occupied by a group of ladies doing lunch en-masse.
She and I will not be doing lunch, and she won't get a card from me on her birthday.
"I balance my day by doing lunch at the kids' school, reading while they're at recess or volunteering to work with their teachers." Cropper helps in ways such as making copies, taking information off bulletin boards or getting coffee.