Bonjour Diane !
Here we're actually using the masculine noun "le goûter" = the (4 o'clock-ish) snackYou could compare this expression to the UK "tea time", though in France, it's more of a sweet snack, usually after school (4.30pm in most French schools).You can also think of "le petit-déjeuner", "le dîner", etc
I hope that's helpful!Bonne journée !
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