Associations to the word «Breakfast»
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BREAKFAST, noun. The first meal of the day, usually eaten in the morning.
BREAKFAST, noun. (by extension) A meal consisting of food normally eaten in the morning, which may typically include eggs, sausages, toast, bacon, etc.
BREAKFAST, noun. (largely obsolete outside religion) A meal eaten after a period of (now often religious) fasting.
BREAKFAST, verb. (intransitive) To eat the morning meal.
BREAKFAST, verb. (transitive) To serve breakfast to.
BREAKFAST BAR, noun. A counter in a domestic kitchen at which light meals may be eaten, often seated on stools
BREAKFAST BAR, noun. A food, similar to a chocolate bar, made from cereal, fruit etc
BREAKFAST BAR, noun. A buffet, in a hotel dining room, laid out with breakfast items
BREAKFAST BARS, noun. Plural of breakfast bar
BREAKFAST CEREAL, noun. A food made from processed grains, such as maize, oats, wheat or rice, usually eaten for breakfast with milk and sometimes sugar.
BREAKFAST CEREALS, noun. Plural of breakfast cereal
BREAKFAST IN BED, noun. Breakfast served to one in bed upon waking.
BREAKFAST IN BED, verb. (intransitive) To enjoy one's breakfast while in bed.
BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS, noun. (idiomatic) An ironic appellation for beer, junk food, or other foods implied to be unhealthy.
BREAKFAST ROLL, noun. (Ireland) A bread roll filled with elements of a traditional fry up.
BREAKFAST ROLLS, noun. Plural of breakfast roll
BREAKFAST, noun. The first meal of the day (usually in the morning).
BREAKFAST, verb. Eat an early morning meal; "We breakfast at seven".
BREAKFAST, verb. Provide breakfast for.
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