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suppernoun [C or U]

uk   /ˈsʌp.ər/  us   //
A2 a main meal eaten in the evening, or a small meal eaten in the late evening: We usually have tea at about 5.30 p.m. , then supper before we go to bed. Would you like to come to supper tonight? They had an early supper before going to the theatre.
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in Arabic عَشاء…
in Korean 저녁…
in Malaysian makan lewat malam…
in French souper…
in Turkish akşam yemeği…
in Italian cena…
in Chinese (Traditional) 晚飯,晚餐, 夜宵…
in Russian ужин…
in Polish kolacja…
in Vietnamese bữa ăn muộn vào buổi tối…
in Spanish cena…
in Portuguese jantar, ceia…
in Thai อาหารมื้อสุดท้ายของวัน, อาหารค่ำ…
in German das Abendessen…
in Catalan sopar…
in Japanese (簡単な)夕飯, 夕食…
in Indonesian makan malam…
in Chinese (Simplified) 晚饭,晚餐, 夜宵…
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