lunchroom

[luhnch-room, -room]
noun
1.
a room, as in a school, where light meals or snacks can be bought or where food brought from home may be eaten.
2.
a luncheonette.

Origin:
1815–25; lunch + room

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lunchroom (ˈlʌntʃˌruːm, -ˌrʊm)
 
n
(US), (Canadian) a room where lunch is served or where students, employees, etc, may eat lunches they bring

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Main Entry:  lunchroom
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  See breakroom
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Example sentences
Most gripe sessions in the college-faculty lunchroom these days include
  complaints that today's students are addicted to praise.
His works of food art are on display for only a few minutes in a kindergarten
  lunchroom.
The use of sports drinks in place of water on the sports field or in the school
  lunchroom is generally unnecessary.
Total silence in the lunchroom and throughout the building.
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