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- n. Eating dinner as a social function
- n. Entertaining someone to dinner
- v. Present participle of dine.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- from dine, a.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of eating dinner
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The phrase dining capitals of the world conjures up places like Paris, Rome, New York, Tokyo, uh, Pyongyang?
I did get my house shoes on, came out of the bedroom, went along the hall, apparently dodged the furniture in the living room and stopped in what we call the dining room.
The new trend in dining out also compelled many traditional and traditionally-male enclaves, such as Simpsons-on-the-Strand, to open their dining rooms to ladies.
The “market” for integrated high-end dining is virtually non-existent.
It leads from the main dining room to a storage area.
A view of the busy main dining room, on a Friday night.
This is the main dining room at the “New” location down the block.
Petite Soochow main dining room on a late Sunday morning.
Here are two plates that were headed towards other diners. the main dining room, which is open pretty late.
Vegetarian barbecue riblets, vegan Southwest steak wraps, and dairy-free chocolate coconut-cream pie are just a handful of the hundreds of delicious, animal-free menu options now commonplace in dining halls across the nation.
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