“on lunch” or “at lunch”, which one is appropriate?
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It should be “on lunch” rather than “at lunch”. The reason is that lunch is not a condition, it is a time of the day.
The term “at lunch” is ambiguous and should be avoided. It could mean either “at the time when people are eating lunch” or “during the lunch break that people usually take in the middle of the day.”