Collation (noun)

A light meal, especially one consisting of bread and cheese or meat.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old french, from latin collatio(n-), from collat- 'brought together', from the verb colligere.

Examples:

  1. We had a quick collation for lunch before heading back to work.
  2. The hostess served a collation of sandwiches and fruit for the guests.
  3. The collation was served in the garden on a warm summer day.
  4. The workers requested a collation of their favorite foods for their break.
  5. The collation was a simple but satisfying meal after a long day.
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