Definition of 'supper'
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What would you have for your last supper? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Sometimes there was just lard for supper. The Times Literary Supplement (2011)You can serve up a bowl of soup for supper and most people will be happy. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Many supper clubs are no longer a cheap alternative to eating out. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Then they all have a chance to make their own supper using the veg boxes. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You can do your own cooking or saunter up to the hotel for supper. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We will eat supper together and my boyfriend will probably come over when he has finished work. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This light dish is perfect for lunch or supper. Times, Sunday Times (2007)These fantastic soups are perfect for afternoon lunches with friends or a simple supper. The Sun (2013)What meal would be your last supper? The Sun (2012)Add a touch of luxury to a simple supper and just inhale. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Is he making money from supper clubs yet? Times, Sunday Times (2007)An easy solution is to make some extra supper and take it to work the next day. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The top lawn is dotted with decorative pavilions where they can eat supper and admire the view. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The fresh fruit for snacking and vegetables for lunch and supper are your choice. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Then get back into your little boat and home to your supper. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We guess it's gone beyond sending him to bed without any supper? The Sun (2015)That beetroot we had for supper last night doesn't half make your s*** red. The Sun (2008)We're not feeling we have to buy special ingredients when we have people round for supper. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Sent him straight to bed without any supper, no doubt. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Dancing carried on through the night; supper was served at two in the morning. Liberty: The Lives and Times of Six Women in Revolutionary France (2006)Afternoon tea shouldn't be confused with high tea, which commonly refers to an early supper. Times, Sunday Times (2012)After supper in the hotel 's dining room, we retired to bed. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'supper'
British English: supper /ˈsʌpə/ NOUN
Some people refer to the main meal eaten in the early part of the evening as supper.
He invited me to supper.
- American English: supper
- Arabic: عَشَاء
- Brazilian Portuguese: jantar
- Chinese: 晚餐
- Croatian: večera
- Czech: večeře
- Danish: aftensmad
- Dutch: avondmaal
- European Spanish: cena IngAmer
- Finnish: illallinen
- French: souper
- German: Abendessen
- Greek: βραδινό φαγητό
- Italian: cena
- Japanese: 夕食
- Korean: 저녁식사
- Norwegian: kveldsmat
- Polish: kolacja
- European Portuguese: jantar
- Romanian: cină
- Russian: ужин
- Spanish: cena
- Swedish: kvällsmat
- Thai: อาหารเย็น
- Turkish: hafif akşam yemeği
- Ukrainian: вечеря
- Vietnamese: bữa tối
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