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English definition of “dine out on sth”

dine out on sth

mainly UK
verb [I] uk phrasal verb with dine   /daɪn/ formal us  
to entertain people, especially at a meal, by telling them about an experience you have had: For months I've been dining out on the story of what happened when my house got flooded.
(Definition of dine out on sth from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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