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manolito commented on the user manolito
Hello, I would like to know if the word teanner exists in the dictionary.
A blend of tea and dinner, when you have a late tea with some food that usually take at dinner. Similar to brunch but in the afternoon evening.
I am from Argentina and studying English, sorry if I made mistakes!
August 9, 2019
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ruzuzu commented on the user manolito
*polishes off a tray full of Fufluns*
August 16, 2019
bilby commented on the user manolito
Tiaras are a must.
30-50 feral Wordniks are invited.
When? When the echnidna emerges from its burrow and sees its own shadow, there will be...no, wait, that's something else.
Come when you're ready.
August 14, 2019
I think teanner sounds lovely.
But I have so many questions:
Is this English tea and dinner business like the supper/dinner question I deal with in the middle of America?
Must one wear a tiara to tea?
When is bilby inviting us all over?
Should I bring fufluns?
August 12, 2019
For most British (-influenced) speakers of English tea and dinner generally mean the same thing in terms of an afternoon/evening meal so it's not a word that we'd use or need.
ry commented on the user manolito
well, it does now. See teanner.
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