- eat/have someone or something for lunch
- eat/have someone or something for lunch (or eat someone's or something's lunch)US informal : to defeat someone or something very badly• • •Main Entry: ↑lunch
Useful english dictionary. 2012.
Useful english dictionary. 2012.
have — [ weak əv, həv, strong hæv ] (3rd person singular has [ weak əz, həz, strong hæz ] ; past tense and past participle had [ weak əd, həd, strong hæd ] ) verb *** Have can be used in the following ways: as an auxiliary verb in perfect tenses of… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
have */*/*/ — strong UK [hæv] / US weak UK [əv] / US UK [həv] / US verb Word forms have : present tense I/you/we/they have he/she/it has strong UK [hæz] / US weak UK [əz] / US UK [həz] / US present participle having past tense had strong UK [hæd] / US weak UK… … English dictionary
have — have1 W1S1 [v, əv, həv strong hæv] auxiliary v past tense and past participle had [d, əd, həd strong hæd] third person singular has [z, əz, həz strong hæz] [: Old English; Origin: habban] 1.) used with past participles to form ↑perfect tenses ▪… … Dictionary of contemporary English
eat — [ it ] (past tense ate [ eıt ] ; past participle eat|en [ itn ] ) verb intransitive or transitive *** to put food into your mouth and swallow it: We sat on the grass and ate our sandwiches. Don t talk while you re eating. I ve eaten too much.… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
eat */*/*/ — UK [iːt] / US [ɪt] verb [intransitive/transitive] Word forms eat : present tense I/you/we/they eat he/she/it eats present participle eating past tense ate UK [et] / UK [eɪt] / US [eɪt] past participle eaten UK [ˈiːt(ə)n] / US [ˈɪt(ə)n] Other ways … English dictionary
have — 1 strong, auxiliary verb past tense had, strong, third person singularpresent tense has; strong, negative short forms: haven t, hadn t, hasn t 1 used with the past participle of another verb to make the perfect tense of that verb: We have… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
have */*/*/ — weak [əv] , weak [həv] , strong [hæv] (3rd person singular has weak [əz] ; [həz] ; strong [hæz] ; past tense and past participle had weak [əd] ; [həd] ; strong [hæd] ) verb 1) used for forming perfect tenses [auxiliary verb] used for forming the… … Dictionary for writing and speaking English
lunch — lunch1 [ lʌntʃ ] noun count or uncount *** a meal that you eat in the middle of the day: We stopped for a light (=small) lunch. for lunch: I ve got a sandwich for lunch. have lunch: Let s have lunch at that new restaurant. go to lunch: Mr. Miller … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
for — for1 W1S1 [fə strong fo: $ fər strong fo:r] prep [: Old English;] 1.) used to say who is intended to get or use something, or where something is intended to be used ▪ I ve got a present for you. ▪ Someone left a message for Vicky. ▪ an English… … Dictionary of contemporary English
lunch — 1 /lVntS/ noun (C, U) 1 a meal eaten in the middle of the day: at lunch: Anna said something at lunch about leaving. | have lunch: When do you usually have lunch? | have some lunch: I m starved. Let s have some lunch. | have sth for lunch: All I… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English