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Noun
/ˈdinər/,
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dinners, plural;
  1. The main meal of the day, taken either around midday or in the evening

  2. A formal evening meal, typically one in honor of a person or event


  1. the main meal of the day served in the evening or at midday; "dinner will be at 8"; "on Sundays they had a large dinner when they returned from church"
  2. a party of people assembled to have dinner together; "guests should never be late to a dinner party"
  3. Dinner is a 2002 play by the British dramatist Moira Buffini. It premiered at the Royal National Theatre, London on 18 October 2002.
  4. The following is a complete list of episodes for the 1980s television series Dynasty, in broadcast order.
  5. The main meal of the day, often eaten in the evening; An evening meal; A midday meal (in a context in which the lighter evening meal is called supper or tea); A meal given to an animal; A formal meal for many people eaten for a special occasion
  6. To dream that you eat your dinner alone, denotes that you will often have cause to think seriously of the necessaries of life. ...
  7. (S dinè, E dîner) VI to eat lunch, dinner, the midday meal ~ come les gros to eat late NM 1. lunch, dinner, midday meal li ~ est presse/so l' feu/so l' tåve the dinner is ready/on the hob/on the table divant/dvant-l'-~ the morning i n' a nén si ptit ~ ki n' a s' cafè even the smallest meal ...
  8. We decided this is where we were going to go big. Healdsburg is home to a few of California’s top restaurants. Charlie Palmer’s Dry Creek Kitchen was phenomenal. ...
  9. a time of nourishment, eating - taking things in, digesting information.
  10. jacket  a jacket for formal evening wear
  11. Your evening meal should consist of a protein, green vegetables, some grains, and a light dessert. An example meal would be wheat spaghetti with tomato sauce, ground turkey, spices, and Parmesan cheese sprinkled lightly on top. ...
  12. begins at 12:00. This is the main meal for the Shakers.
  13. Dinner is a substantial hot meal, whether taken at midday or in the evening. The traditional pattern is cooked meat or fish with vegetables. A sweet course, usually referred to as pudding, follows. ...
  14. n. In the North of England, dinner is what the rest of us call lunch (the meal at mid-day).
  15. If you are eating dinner with others it signifies your acceptance of others. Now is a time to reflect. If you are eating alone reconsider your direction in life.
  16. n. the main amount of food eaten at a usual time ("The family had its dinner at noon."); a special event that includes food ("The official dinner took place at the White House.")
  17. Boiled lamb with eggplant, mushrooms, red pepper, onion and beef stock. Added avocado. Added ghee. Cup of broth on the side. Half a pancake--which effectively depleted our pancake supply.
  18. Largest napkins. The shape is a rectangle. Approximately 4 x 6. The dinner napkin is the most expensive napkin. It costs approximately $.10 more per napkin over the beverage size.
  19. lunch. "Pap fixed fried taters and cornbread for dinner today."
  20. tüş, tüş azıq, tüşlük