What is the preposition we have to use before "Post lunch"?

by Heartwin V Rayen

What is the preposition we have to use before "Post lunch"? Eg., Will catch you at post lunch (or) on post lunch?

Hi Heartwin,

Could you clarify what you mean by "Post Lunch"? Depending on what you are referring to we would change the preposition.

For example...I'll catch you at lunch (is referring to the time frame of lunch).

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