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Translation of "dine" - English-Spanish dictionary

dine

verb   /daɪn/ formal
to eat dinner cenar On Saturday we dined with friends.
(Definition of dine from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dine

verb /dain/
(formal) to have dinner cenar We shall dine at half-past eight.
diner noun
a person who dines comensal The diners ran from the restaurant when the fire started.
a restaurant car on a train. coche-comedor, coche-restaurante
(American) a small inexpensive restaurant. restaurante barato
dining room noun
a room used mainly for eating in. comedor
dining table noun
a table around which people sit to eat. mesa de comedor
dine on phrasal verb
to have for one’s dinner comer They dined on lobster and champagne.
dine out phrasal verb
to have dinner somewhere other than one’s own house eg in a restaurant or at the house of friends etc cenar fuera She enjoys dining out in fancy restaurants.
(Definition of dine from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “dine”
in Korean 식사를 하다…
in Arabic يَتعَشّى…
in Malaysian makan malam…
in French dîner…
in Russian обедать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 吃正餐, 吃晚飯…
in Italian pranzare, cenare…
in Turkish akşam yemeği yemek…
in Polish jeść obiad…
in Vietnamese bữa tối…
in Portuguese cear…
in Thai รับประทานอาหารเย็น…
in German speisen…
in Catalan sopar…
in Japanese (人)が食事をする…
in Chinese (Simplified) 吃正餐, 吃晚饭…
in Indonesian makan malam…
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