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Does over + lunch/breakfast... mean 'during' the meal?
E.g. WE'll talk about this over lunch = we'll talk about this during lunch. ?
Can we use 'during' then?
Additional relevant question: supper = dinner, right?
The use, and the meaning, of "supper" is regional in the UK.
I know some people, mostly older people, who refer to their evening meal as "supper". To me, "supper" was always a snack that you had quite late at night, after the evening meal and before bed.
There is an additional problem with your question - in the UK, "dinner" is used by some people to refer to the midday meal, and by others to refer to the evening meal.
But I have been in areas where people refer to the mid-day meal as "dinner." It's always "lunch" to me.
Oh, I've never thought of referring a mid-day meal to dinner. That's surely eye-opening.
That reminds me, have you guys seen 'full-day breakfast' / 'breakfast served all day'. I've seen it in HK and Brisbane. I guess it refers to the type of food served, say, bacon, sausage, egg... food typical of a 'breakfast' instead of focusing on the time of a day?