1、breakfast + lunch.
- 1896, British student slang merger of breakfast and lunch.
To be fashionable nowadays we must 'brunch'. Truly an excellent portmanteau word, introduced, by the way, last year, by Mr. Guy Beringer, in the now defunct Hunter's Weekly, and indicating a combined breakfast and lunch. ["Punch," Aug. 1, 1896]
- 1. They eat much the same thing for brunch every day.
- 2. We had a Sunday brunch of bagels.
- 3. No , I didn't. But I had a big brunch.
- 没吃. 但我吃了顿早午饭.
- 4. What did you have for your brunch?
- 你早午饭都吃些 什么 ?
- 5. I don't know why we have to have brunch with total strangers.
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