Definitions for "Meals"
Keywords:  dinner, lunch, dining, breakfast, hall
Continental Breakfast: Usually consists of bread, rolls, butter, jam and tea or coffee. AP (American Plan): Includes breakfast, lunch and dinner. MAP (Modified American Plan): Includes breakfast and dinner. Full Board (Full Pension): Includes breakfast, lunch and dinner. Half Board (Demi-Pension): Includes breakfast, and either lunch or dinner. Table d'hôte: Published restaurant or hotel dining room menu, usually consisting of appetizer, two or three choices of main course and dessert. After-meal tea or coffee and other beverages are not usually included. A la Carte: Unrestricted selection from the menu.
the names of the midday and evening meals varies by region and social class. Lunch/tea, dinner/supper, lunch/dinner, and lunch/supper are all possible combinations.
Specific times that food is served in Kennedy Dining Hall generally divided in breakfast, lunch and dinner on weekdays and brunch and dinner on the weekends. Students have the option to select plans that allow access to the dining hall for specific number of meals each week.
123] To dream of meals, denotes that you will let trifling matters interfere with momentous affairs and business engagements. [123] See Eating.