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Definition of 'diner'

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In negotiation you can either be the dinner or the diner. The Sun (2016)And the single diner in the restaurant. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This should help diners with the restaurant bill, which costs 255 a head for the set menu. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She was ranting about it to fellow diners at the restaurant. The Sun (2014)More than one in five diners say they only eat at restaurants offering voucher deals. The Sun (2010)You are either the diner or the dinner. The Sun (2016)But by the time his commandos entered the restaurant all the diners were dead. Times, Sunday Times (2014)One local official said that it was almost certainly one of the diners who had made the video. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It's enough to put any fellow diners off their food. The Sun (2015)What the diners say The café is well designed and modern. Times, Sunday Times (2011)When it first opened they offered diners 50% off. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Hidden in its sides are three digital cameras that photograph the diner's food. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Those heady days when six diners had a dinner costing 44,000 are long gone. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Would-be diners bombard the restaurant with emails within minutes of the year's booking list being opened. Times, Sunday Times (2010)What the diners say We like food that is a bit different and the tasting menu was just that. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They want a large kitchen diner that will open on to the garden through folding glass doors fitted across the width of the rear elevation. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This week hundreds of diners opened an unlikely chapter in the annals of civic rebellion, feasting defiantly on foie gras. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It is so hot that one diner packed it up and took it home, to play jokes on people like me. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It What the diners say Seriously disappointing. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Climb aboard this converted Routemaster and you'll find not bored commuters but diners enjoying candlelit dinners. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The restaurant has made waves, thanks to modern, light dishes that draw in diners for the food alone. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She set him up with his own bar and diner but the business crashed, leaving her with debts of more than 1million. The Sun (2015)Local customs can also be tricky - one diner quickly learnt not to cause offence by eating with his left hand in Morocco. The Sun (2012)Q You're the only diners in the restaurant you were recommended. Times, Sunday Times (2015)A drifter gets a job at a roadside diner, and soon embarks on an affair with the owner's wife. The Sun (2009)

Synonyms of 'diner'

café, restaurant, bistro, cafeteria

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Translations for 'diner'

British English: diner /ˈdaɪnə/ NOUN
A diner is a small cheap restaurant that is open all day.
  • American English: diner
  • Arabic: مَطْعَم بَسِيط
  • Brazilian Portuguese: pequeno restaurante
  • Chinese: 廉价餐馆
  • Croatian: restaurant
  • Czech: jídelna levná restaurace
  • Danish: lille restaurant
  • Dutch: eethuisje
  • European Spanish: cafetería
  • Finnish: ruokailija
  • French: diner
  • German: Speisender
  • Greek: πελάτης εστιατορίου
  • Italian: ristorante economico
  • Japanese: 食事する人
  • Korean: 식사 손님
  • Norwegian: middagsgjest
  • Polish: jadłodajnia
  • European Portuguese: restaurante pequeno
  • Romanian: cârciumă
  • Russian: закусочная
  • Spanish: cafetería
  • Swedish: middagsgäst
  • Thai: ร้านอาหารเล็กๆ
  • Turkish: lokanta müşterisi
  • Ukrainian: їдальня
  • Vietnamese: quán ăn rẻ tiền

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