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Spanish translation of “dinner”

dinner

noun /ˈdinə/
the main meal of the day eaten usually in the evening
comida, cena
Is it time for dinner yet?
a formal party in the evening, when such a meal is eaten
banquete
They asked me to dinner He was the guest of honour/honor at the dinner (also adjective) a dinner party.
dinner jacket noun a man’s formal jacket for wear in the evening.
esmoquin
(Definition of dinner from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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