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1.
noun.

Dunch refers to a meal enjoyed subsequent to lunch but prior to dinner.

Dunch should be distinguished from linner, another meal occurring in the post-lunch, pre-dinner interval, in that dunch occurs after linner, closer to dinner time.

Thus, the socially accepted norm with regard to afternoon eating agendas comprises the following progression of meals:

Lunch --> Linner --> Dunch --> Dinner
His large stature requires that he eat lunch, dunch, and dinner!
viết bởi Willow 12 Tháng mười, 2007
 
2.
An abnormally time-consuming, large, pasty and often painful bowel movement. As a general rule, taking a dunch requires most of one's lunch break to pass loaf or loaves and finish the paperwork.
Q: "...Hey Bob, I'm going to that sushi joint with the girls from accounting. You wanna come?"

A: "...I'd love to but I have to take a horrendous dunch." I'll see you at the 3:00 meeting."
viết bởi JEUNT 11 Tháng mười một, 2009
 
3.
The groin region between front and back, similar to a taint.
I was having a good day, until I walked in on Chris and Colleen smashing dunch in the tool shed.

Justin Hauser was being a dunch, so I gave him a punch in the dunch.
viết bởi Trent, from Bishop 06 Tháng năm, 2011
 
4.
To be a complete idiot or retard. It is a funnier way to say douche or douche bag.

(see dunch-bag or dunchery)
bob- hey whats up guys wanna hang out?

hank- hell no your to much of a dunch.

peter- yeah go be a dunch-bag some where else.
viết bởi Kitten Biscuits 25 Tháng mười một, 2009
 
5.
Dinner-Lunch
A meal between lunch and dinner
I'm glad I had dunch, because dinner was very unappetizing!
viết bởi fiercegiraffe 03 Tháng tám, 2009
 
6.
Combination of "dump" and "stench" used to describe an especially smelly fart that lingers
Jim dunched up the car on the way back from the mexican restaurant.

This elevator is all dunchy.
viết bởi Malamute 18 Tháng bảy, 2008
 
7.
A meal between lunch and dinner
I woke up late this morning and wound up eating dunch around 4 o'clock.
viết bởi MW713 15 Tháng năm, 2008