Definition of cookout in English:

cookout

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Pronunciation: /ˈkʊkaʊt
 
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noun

North American
A party or gathering where a meal is cooked and eaten outdoors: a cookout for the entire town
More example sentences
  • They lived in military housing, and his stepfather invited a lot of the single sailors to come over for cookouts and parties.
  • Every Fourth of July, after our holiday cookout, we'd gather as a mass in the yard with lawn chairs and blankets to watch the fireworks.
  • Today, the restored teahouse once again plays host to tea-party fund-raisers, cookouts with friends, and children's parties.

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