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People are having dinner parties where they drink less wine and snort more cocaine. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She has been to dinner parties at our house. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Last week we accepted an invitation to a small dinner party held by some friends. Times, Sunday Times (2010)That oak table might not be big enough to host a large dinner party. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Why do men take over when it comes to choosing wine for home dinner parties and celebrations? Times, Sunday Times (2007)If you want to host dinner parties and entertain people it is perfect. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It gives tips for hosting a perfect dinner party or afternoon tea. Christianity Today (2000)Matters were not helped by guests driving home from dinner parties or the pub. Times, Sunday Times (2010)So how will they cope when they have to host a dinner party for a group of eligible bachelors? The Sun (2008)He helped me judge the two finalists before the winner cooked for a genuine celebrity dinner party in my house. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I'M throwing a small dinner party for my brother's birthday next week. The Sun (2014)If you could invite three people to a dinner party, who would they be? The Sun (2013)Together they loved hosting dinner parties, with all sorts of cricketing luminaries showing up. The Sun (2015)She wanted help to make it work for an impending dinner party at their home in Spain. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But at other people 's dinner parties? Times, Sunday Times (2007)Then, get the four to take it in turns to host a dinner party! The Sun (2008)After all, lots of people enjoy dinner parties. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I love small dinner parties and anything where there is a possibility of genuine exchange. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I still enjoyed giving dinner parties in my home. The Other Side of MeThe recent culinary trend for secret supper clubs and pop-up restaurants has got people interested in dinner parties again. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Dinner parties are usually Sunday lunches. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But he was rumbled when one found a camera in his bathroom while Maine was visiting his home for a dinner party. The Sun (2013)These days I often have small dinner parties. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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British English: dinner party /ˈdɪnə ˈpɑːtɪ/ NOUN
A dinner party is a social event where a small group of people are invited to have dinner and spend the evening at someone's house.
- American English: dinner party
- Arabic: حَفْلَةُ عَشَاء
- Brazilian Portuguese: jantar festivo
- Chinese: 宴会
- Croatian: večera s uzvanicima
- Czech: slavnostní večeře
- Danish: middagsselskab
- Dutch: dineetje
- European Spanish: cena
- Finnish: päivälliskutsut
- French: dîner
- German: Abendgesellschaft mit Essen
- Greek: επίσημο δείπνο
- Italian: cena con invitati
- Japanese: ディナーパーティー
- Korean: 만찬회
- Norwegian: middagsselskap
- Polish: uroczysta kolacja
- European Portuguese: jantar festivo
- Romanian: dineu
- Russian: званый обед
- Spanish: fiesta con cena
- Swedish: middagsbjudning
- Thai: งานเลี้ยงอาหารค่ำ
- Turkish: yemekli parti
- Ukrainian: святковий обід
- Vietnamese: bữa ăn liên hoan
Definition of dinner party from the Collins English Dictionary
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